Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 14, 1939
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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NOT AS BAD OFF "'-1.(.'.

I Ip. No folks I ; I BARBECUEAT 20 BOYS GO Fruit Is Best

D This you're isn't wrong.some PARK FROM HERE

w strange new version -
0 f Frank- Of Season Now

P. O. SUIT L.II I .'. _' enstein Isn't some, and poor it, TOMORROW TO CC CAMPSTen ------ w ,

ivr unfortunateghost I White and Ten I THE WINNER! Continue I
For Trial II as who's just ; I ShipmentsMay -
Date been released I Mani/ From Here Will I Colored Taken __ Two WeeksLonger j' '
Not ret Bee"Jll1loullced from the
hospital Visit Gold Head '
Last WeekTen : .
after a bad auto-
ip mobile accident I Branch -..------ ,.:.t, at.. .

t and claims were filed -.. Pictured here white and ten colored, boys ( N Prospects for ten days or twc ', ,
ns"ers District Court in are three mem- Hundreds are expected to were taken by the Civilian Con- I weeks more of shipping seemed .
sited States ') gather at Gold Head Branch near servation Corps. from Bradford bright here yesterday as Bradford
deants bers of
April 6 by the Panther _ .
)nville\ on here tomorrow for the formal County last week In the largest I County approached the end of its _
in the suit by Patrol of i i/ .
named i
Federal governments Troop 70 who opening of this..beautiful new enlistment here in many month third week of heavy strawberry .
i H the property to bea are showingwhat I| State Park. Congressman Lex The white boys selected were: I 'i production with prices holding .
I .0 condemn Green Is scheduled to make the A. J. Crawford, .'
construction of they've Lawtey; Talmadge (steady at an average of 12.25 per
it a site for principal address of the day. Kelly, Brooker Stokes "
office building in learned of first I ; Eury \7._ 4 | crate and quality described as
how, post aid The following program has been Ilrooker; Rart Waters Brooker; "the bent In the United States at
and bandages
been -
;ke. No date under the arranged: Carl L. Brown, Hampton; William -' thU time." Total receipts for the. _
:be j trial. direction of Arch I 10:30: to 11:30: -swimming con- R. Parrish, Brooker; Johnnie season passed the $200,000 mark. _'

he Govrnment seeks a site 105 Thomas Jr.. tests. I. Knight, New River; Paul U. Buyers have assured growers I.

Call St.. by 120 feet on patrol I leader. 11:45: >> to 1:15: -dedication ceremony Prescott Brooker; Horace Varnes, they will remain in the market'as .

Street, beginning at the Judy McRae puts including: numbers by the Sampson City; Johnnie Klght long as fruit continues at Its pre- ,
er now occupied by the office Lake School Lawtey. I sent high standard and other sections ,
the finishing City High Band; .
Portions _
ohns & Wainwright of Colored boys were: Ernest De- of the country do not flood
touches to an presentation flag pole and rais-
theKtees property are owned bye arm sling, while ing of colors by the Patatka sue, Pleasant Grove; Gus Dowels I the northern markets. Cold snaps
and Mrs. E. K. Ferryman, American Starke; J. R. Williamson, Starke; this week are believed to be hold : .
Bobby Biggs refers Legion ppst; acceptance _ _
of the Starke Masonic to the Scout speech by Harry Lee Baker, state Julian Robinson, Starke; Alfonso Ing the North Carolina crop somewhat .- _ _

ge, and Mrs. S. Inez Green. Handbook, justto forester and park executive; mes- Clark, Lawtey; fluency Smith In check although 8,000 _____
e following answers andS 4- be sure It's all sage from the Florida Board of Starke; Charles Brltt, Lawtey; crates were reported out of there _ .
were filed on the return b -- .. .. .. Robert Mathews Starke Colum- I one day early this week,
u u- -"to- HCl'OrUUlg---- Forestry by A. G..McArthur, master ; ,, _ _
April 6: I to regulations. The fellow who looks as if he might have been run I of ceremonies;' "Florida's ParkSystem" bus Hampton, Lawtey; Jesse I Shipments from Starke and. _ _
K. Ferryman and wife Lois Chance, Lawtey. I Lawtey continued to mount with
over by a tractor or dropped from an airplane la Buck McMillan who by H. J. MaUberger. Tho personable young lady pictured
by their attorney, ---__. the pant seven days
Ferryman -
It state forests and
modelling the following bandages: head, nose, chin, arm sling, parks; above Is little Jacqueline
E. Mathews of Jacksonville broken arm splint, sprained ankle support, chest, knee, foot shin, and other speeches by Mrs Linwood OPERETTA forth the season's peak
an answer claiming title to a Jeffreys secretary Florida Boardof Berry, winner of the recent pop- around 18.000 crates.
thigh. It's just part of the worthwhile grow141
training Scout gets. TONIGHTThe
:Ion of the site to be condemnand every Forestry; A. B. Weissinger. ularity contest sponsored by the have ranged from a high of

requesting that Just com- i superintendent of the Veterans Brooker Puront-Tencher Astiucia- to a low of $2. The

itlon be awarded for their'I 'Where Are You Going, Real Estate Man? Camp and the principal addressby H. S., Piimary Is Department of D, tlon. Tho organization grossed $2.29: would mean a gross to
... They did not state thee I Mr. Green. presenting an operetta I ers of $40,500 for the week
entitled "Spring Glow" tonight $118,2!) from, the contest.
placed on their holdings. 1:15: to 2:3U: :-barbecue. County Agent T K. McClane.
GOING A-MILKIN' SIR HE SAIDReal (Friday) at 8 o'clock In the --.-- I _________
Powell, N. Sternberg, and I I 2:30: to 3:30: -band concert. School Auditorium Mrs. Mabel Jr., who made a tour of Inspection

'. Hayes, as trustees for BradOD 3:30:: to So-boat.: races. UTa.. -.II. fm. ""'........"n....._.. .101....." _.t"n 'n"' 15_ AI'U-#..n nr: TWTAIIC I of several farms Wednesday
I Masonic Lodge No. 35, byir estate men have their little body's business. He reaffirmed 4:45: to 5:30: --group singing tallY i I\L/i LJEdkUL morning, described the picking for

attorneys, Fred B. NobelS. troubles just like everybody else, the claim, and, with this understanding 7:00: to 11:00: --dance with music that day as "the bent quality fruit

S. Blondheim, filed an and if you don't believe it's so just we Invited them downto by the Starke Swlngsters. sponsored The following children are taking ARE NOW seen here this season." Other

|.ver stating that they owned a ask Joe Wilson. Orange Heights to spend the by Starke business men. part: Jack Frost.-Pitner Van- sources urged farmers to take advantage .

i of the site sought to be aced Joe has been in the business a first night with us. divere; Spring-Shirley Arnett: of the fact that they now

In the suit. They did nota long time, and has seen a lot of "Now I don't want to be too MRS. TALLEY Blue bird -Joan Carpenter. COMPLETEEasements have the best berries In the coun.

value on their holdings, but hardships.. He even had to wear harsh and I will say THIS for I Frost Elves-Joe Montieth, Billy try and to put up the best pack:

Bed that if the government ap- I knickers, during the boom but it Edward. He knew which side to HONORED Smith, Leslie Griffis Walter Sll- -- possible In order to strengthen

riated the part of their lot was not until this week that a start on, but that is about all. He I *<* cox, Kenneth Orider, Charle and prolong tho market here.
rued in the suit it would series of unfortunate events turn- approached the cow with a great Mrs. Dora Alexander Talley of Oliver, James McRae, Harry Along Right- i iof. Season's'totals for the Bradford

,them only a lot 20, feet wide ed him into a temporary and, we show of confidence and made a Omaha, ,Nebraska,. National President l- Green, Charles Lawson, and Claud -''Vall BeingNotarized deal this year now stand at 2-

|52, 1-2 feet ditwhtgji" WOUld must admit, .spmevyhftt' reluctant couple of preliminary passes. The I of the Supreme Forest, Wood- Johns 742,400 pints- of fruit for which
practically useless" to them. farmer. rest of us crowded around in men Circle of Pussy _Wlllow-r Lucllt Kite, growers have received an approximate .

Inez Green and her husband The chain of circumstance eager anticipation, but nothing I I the National Fraternal Congress Joyce McKinney, Katherine County Agent T I{. McClune, return of ?212SOO-8till faf

'd Green, filed an answer i started last week when Joe handled happened--that is, nothing to a- j I of America, was honored at a I Gainey, Geraldine Cox, Anna Lou Jr., announced yesterday that his below last year when totals at this

"ming title to a portion of the I a deal by which the old "Doc' mount to anything just a mere i'I I brilliant banquet Friday night at I Hillhouue, Margaret McKinney: office hail completed preliminary late were. 3,601,208 pints, witlt
to be condemned and stated Curtis place at Orange Heightswas "drop in the bucket," you might j six o'clock in the Woman's Club Frances Thomas and I Emma Allen. detail work in connection with the receipts at 1319,508. However

i14,000 Is a fair market value I sold to Walter R. Bragg of say. Imagine our disappointment : local building Woodman when members Circle entertained of the I Raindrops-Jo Ann Klnklns, project for extension of 22 miles. on April IS last year the HeuHon hi,

[.their part which includes twoe McMinnvllIe, Tenn. The new owner when the cold realization dawned for bet.Artistic Peggy Dale, \Dorothy Grlffls, of Rural J Electrification line In wait definitely on the decline, so
buildings. could .not take immediate pos- upon us that Edward had been sailIng I Rtrlce Bennett, Patsy Ruth Bradford County. All necessary before, the lust truck, Is loaded, U

... ,I esssion and the present owner, C. under false colors. I am arrangements of Spring I'Hall, Ruth Edwards, Juanita And- easements for( construction of lh figures for the two yearn. might

BABY CROP I C. Camper, was to remain on the willing to make every excuse for flowers placed In the large audi- rewl and Patsy Cox. line have been socured' and are compare .favorably after all.DISPUTE .

place until Mr. Bragg could con- his dismal failure, and it might be j' torium, formed a beautiful background .1 Breezes now being notarized, Mr McClane -----. .. --- ,
IN -Betty Ann
Flynn ; ::
i I arrive. for the
venlently that the cows in Texas, where he elaborately decorated said. : .
Audrey Moore, Madge Biownlee, : -
I j I However, us the poet Robert came from, work duferently from table. The Easter mot Iff ;i I "
When ( Danlella Jorden, Minnie Lee The project, which will <
you are mentioning Burns was carried out with chicks serve 60// NEARING
once rematked the best laid our Florida, cows, but the fact remains -I baby END
r English and Vivian
Bradford McRae. additional rural
homes in
: this
County crops, you plans of mice and men "aft gang that he let us down at a holding the place cards. Bowls of -
iWn't overlook babies. I be- ',agly" or however it is they say crucial moment." j I{ Spring flowers interspersed with Bees.-Marie McKinney, Bobby county with electrical service, The expected big count y-I II t14
fi we have one of the most pro- it in Scotland and several days ago 1 fern completed the table arrange- Hall June Bell, Juanita Kite was approved early In February, county scrap over division of tho
I counties in the The big surprise of the whole I I Janet Priest Odessa but a large amount of detail work
country, Dr. Mr. Camper notified Joe that circumstances ments. Thomas. race track tax shows signs of
P, thing came when Mrs. Wilson |
Herlong wan before construction
stated at the Rot would force him to go 'i Mrs. Vonda Inman assistant Butterflies June Calilwell necessary early peaceful settlement, accord '
Club pushed Mr. Burns to one side and
t here could
Wedensday.to north I Patsy Dew, Iilell Landrum, ing to County Attorney M. F.
Immediately and it would be took the situation well in hand. j 1 State manager, acted as masterof Betty
subject arose when Presl- up to him, as the real estate dealer ceremonies and introduced the Powell Louise Whatley, Vilma The new line *Tl connect with Brown who made a trip to Tallahassee .
Howell Nasworthy began a to hold things together until "You men are all so helpless, ''' following guests who gave inter- Dew, Elaine ChesHer, Alice Mills, the present RJA line near Brook last Friday to size up the
Bwaion of the Mills Dell said. "I could have been Mary Mersereau. er and run west New I situation.The .
many advantages the new owner arrived. esting talks: Judge A. Z. Adkins, through
Bradford! County for the bene- Now If Mr. Camper hadn't previouslY through with the old girl by now I' W. E. Mlddleton, mayor of Starke, Sunshine Falrlea Peggy Wiggins f River, making a loop back to the ) suit, under which Comptroller
of if we hadn't wasted time fooling
.."'a.'h.large,_ .number of out-of-, gone In for livestock. ... .". Mrs. Talley.- Mrs. Maude And- Janet Anderson. Doris. Mon- vicinity Of Mellbronn. Springs._. I J. M, Lee was forced to
""UI'S wno were present I things wouldn't have been so com arouna wun you. I rows Mrs. Abble Holden, State crief, Sammie Kennedy, Gertrude --.----- halt distribution of race track

have brought 260 babies into plicated. There would be no risk She thereupon set to and finished Manager, of Jacksonville; Mrs. Tomlinson and Dorothy Prcscott. Pastorium Improved funds to the 67 counties, will

I world since moving to Starke involved in allowing the average up the job in good hape.What's Myrtle O. Crump past State Man- Flower Maidens Marguerite Appearance of lbs Baptist pas- probably be dlmniHed and an at..

than three years ago" Dr. farm house to remain untenanteda more she did It standingup ager, of Tampa; Mrs. Eula Ballan- Fowler, Ona Demorest, Rebecca greatly improved In recent weeks tempt wit be made to limit the

long continued "and this is few days awaiting the arrivalof spurning even the comforts ota tine of the Eastern Star; Mrs. L. Simpson, Grace Crews, Nancy torlum parsnnagei" here has been racing week to five days In the

a portion of the crop, since a new owner, but in this case milking stool A Canova. representative of the Llghtfoot, and Marlon McRae. by expensive: redecorating Inside Miami area. Under the equal division

are three other doctors In there were several head of chick- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson are still I Woman's Club; A. J. Thomas, Brownies -- Edwin Williams, and a good scrubbing job on the of the race track money,

ens and a female Ferdinand (cow, spending nights "down oil the representative of the Masonic Marjorie Manning, Paul Canova, out'ilde. Every room of the Interior I now In effect Bradford County ,

F Clurk, president-elect of I to you) Involved. There was no- farm," though by the time you j I Lodge and Rotary Club; and J. H. Buddy: Faxon Isabelle Parker, wan repainted, and othel receives more than 920,000 annually I

organization. who will take thing left for Joe to do but to read this the new owners (they I][ Fields representative of W. O. W. Dan Priest, and Annie Mae Grlffls. repair work done. The outside of I, ,

e In July made a short move to the farm, feed the chick- hope) might have shown up. In Camp 138.After the house was freshened considerably When suit was begun several

of appreciation to the 'I ant, and milk the cow-whIch he the meanwhile, it you have any I r the banquet a closed session Admission' is 25c. lOc and lOc. by washing the side walls. weeks ago to tie up the funds It

Fib? for the confidence they couldn't-(milk the cow, we ability at all for milking cows you was called for the purpose was feared that it was the beginning -

\'" In him in his election l mean.) can be pretty sure of a week-end of Inspection. Mrs. Andrews, I Ross of an effort on the part of
lie Four d
hi Says
POsition I invitation to Orange He.ghts. ;! the "big" counties. to change th
of j j
leadership. "The part that hurts me most guardian, called the meeting to I
tendance at the Club has been 'of all Is the great deception perpetrated When finally reached at his order and transacted routine I distribution of tho money so they

ood 10 'lately that it was necerf upon me by Edward home here, Mr. Burns at first refused ,' business after which a delightful | RARE RATTLER I I ON STREET HERE would get, the lion's share of therevenue
I However It
POstpone the attendance Hums," Joe stated yesterday in I to make any statement. program was given. Mrs. Virgie now appears -

c'lt flab try for another month. his first press conference since becoming Later on he rousea sufficiently to I Flynn, chairman of the program I I "Sure. I know where Starke Is. ease with which lines handles that the suit was begun by

.bers rding to the rules, half of the a dirt farmer. say, barely audible, under his committee, assisted by Mrs. J, W. i[ I once caught a canebrake rattle- rattlesnakes will not wonder how Daile the County in order to "trade"with I'
small counties
Inee having the poorest at- "HIS wife. told MY wife that breath, "I can't understand It. I'm I Klncald, presented the Juniors in | snake right In the middle of one he captured the one he picked up to let the distribution. remain, agreeIng the .
host record were Supposed to Edward could milk a cow like no- positive I milked a cow once." a Flower Drill. Each girl carrieda of your main streets. Very raref!I here. His usual procedure Is to ame
to the other half at I flower and at the end of thdrill I the canebrake rattler is- and I stand to the I itttiesm&Ilcounty"bloc"racing
side of
try th... In'.__ a, ._ slightly one wnlJltI alJnn..t.. t "..I..Im tI 11_I.
-- .m""r port or Mrch.\ the flowers were presented was I proud to find one!" reptile, divert its attention' to '
[ I
the Vodd to ,
first I Elected To Office Sidney five days u week. Miami\ .
of the year how-I I to Mrs. Talley. At this time corsages -f It was Ross Allen, of the Florida stick held In hill left hand while _
ny Only "ii members have miss- 1 arrs. Vonda Inman of Stake I Sidney H. Dodd 63 died at his were given to all State officers Reptile Institute nt Silver Springs I with his right hand he reaches I I tor merchant business want reasons.the shorter week _

eSe meetings at all, and most was elected second vice-president j home. MidlakCH, near here Wednesday present speaking and the conversation over and picks the'! snake up quickly I l -- -. Y to only one It will be nec- I of the Woodman Circle's state organization I I afternoon. Funeral arrongements -I Hrlf talks were made by Mrs. I took place at a dinner given by with a strong grip just behindIts Prize
extend the contest, there- Talley, Mrs. Holden, Mrs. Crump, publicity writers In one of Tam head. Winning Poster
d until sUch time as half have I at the convention held had not been completed i In'm. Hallantine. Mrs. Inman, and I pa's famed Spanish restaurants on "That Was three or four years Friends of Albert S. Relnoehl ,

III 6haVne meeting.' The j In Lakeland the first three daysof at press time'" yesterday, and I Miss Amy Moore district man- Thursday night of lust wek. It I ago/ ," Rons continued, "and the who formerly lived here, were
logs\ six consecutive I( this week. Other local Circle I a more complete account will be ager. ]I was the good fortune of the Tele- canebrake rattler died since then. pleased to see In Tuesday's Times

anc at Which 100 per cent j I.members honored by election to.I contained In next week's paper. Completing the program was a I| graph's reporter to draw a neat However, I have carefully preserved Union a picture of his step-son
was recorded. ( I Mr. Dodd was a native of London, song novelty with Gamlta Huttoi i next to Mr. Allen who Is known It at the Institution where It I and the following note under thu I
'.- state offices were Mrs. Maude |i i England and had made his home I dressed as ,a "llttlo old lady," to everyone ait the fearless milker may be seen by anyone InterestedIn picture: "Charles Serodlno son "

fall holiday Soon :|, Andrews, assistant musician, and i,1 J I In this county since 1915, coming ,,|,ringing "Long, Long Ago." Ovleda I I of rattlesnake, wrestler of alligators 'snakeology'." I of Mr and Mrs. A. S. Relnoehl of ,

lIet ot POlice A L. :!otis:] Amy Moore, Junior super-I j here from Canada. lie had developed -' Thomas, Hazel Thomas, Elsie < tamer of wildcats, and Roso Allen as most of you know Green Cove Springs and student c,
IDCed yesterday that Alvarez ', visor. Also attending the convention :Midlakes. Just this side of I II ''' Green, and Ruth Powell attrac- I I performer of other feats too numerous -I from seeing him In news reels, is. at the National Art School in
'r' I.\\O all but, tram L. D. I Keystone Heights. Into an attractive tlvely dressed, sang "Little Old 1 to mention.
Starke i' here were Mrs. a young powerfully built man Washington/ Is shown with his I
"4 nal'-h Green, and J. H. prize-winning poster, one of 178
cbs I I : A
e first Thursday In ay t I -.--- vlved by his widow and two sons, 'r the song. Mm. J W. Kincald ac- has formed such a prized addition manner would give a stranger no entries In the Hal Boh erne con- 1 _
flue through May and New Express gent I Robert and Fred and a daughter companied them at the piano. 'I 1 to ROSH' collection, was capturedon hint of the daredevil spirit that I test held recently In the nation's _
1 thai, he believes the He I I. P. Shepherd. formerly of Mrs. Clyde Shimp. of Tampa. I'! After the meeting was adjourned one of the heavily-traveled paved lies beneath them. He entered capital. Mr. SerodLno chose commercial _
"will be UnanImous agree. local agent for --- a special period was enjoyed, streets within the city limits the University of Florida to study art as a career after
line approtches before I Tampa. \is now the Meeting PostponedThe I during which time punch was ierv- ': of Starke. It wits four or five civil engineering. out became bored graduating at Green Cove Springs '

continue half Tie stores !! the Railway Express Mrs.Company Shep- meeting of the Board of I ed. Presiding at the punch bowls' feet long and had the peculiar and. decided to devote his full I high school. This is his second _ _
holidays E. J. _
!IIber In succeeding Commissioners scheduledfor were Miss Elizabeth Williams and' banded marking that distinguish time to a hobby begun In his boyhood prl'e-wlnnlng effort In six months
Spite of will arrive from County : ;
the the fact herd and their son has Miss Edna Hutto. Both girls !,,the canebrake rattler from the I' _
School Board and the family 3 o'clock this afternoon j I daysthe study and collection he garnered honors in the nation-
to berlu he Starke recently Tampa next week at the been postponed until 3 o'clock Fri- ,| were becomingly 1'00000d"ln" pink diamondback and other varieties. of wild life, with especial wide WII1 Life contest, which .

Il'1It Monday j Jn August.school'I' will home occupy of Mr. an and-apartment Mrs. S. R. Johns. day afternoon, April 21, evening dresses for the occasion. Anyone who has ever seen the emphasis: on snakes. 'I drew over 500 entries." I' 4 "I'


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Parker Mrs:: :Harris: Mrs: Long / and represent unpaid taxes, ti
End of First WeeK Work Found I ; Ifnr 'late year 1918 to 1939 both Inclusive FUSE NPFCTF\Tlql, ::' '
Mrs. Bragg, Lucille Pinholster; FOIL :Wrv LP.eyLl"
LEGISLATIVE PREVIEWPredictions Henry Lane,, a bachelor Lonnie ALSO:aLot25IEast Lawtey. ...LOI....." eto,

I Many Important Bills In House Parker. The certificate. taxes. to No.be sold 244 are of 1934.evidencedby and NOTICE IK II i,?, ?b" tit!

Walter P. Fuller- Is In old ladies represent unpaid taxes for the undersigned will ''II.,, "'
The an
( and Prognostications scene 1933 to 1939 both Inclusive i, .. 't'rbp' "- i
Pinellas County Legislator) When the House of Representatives scale to be fixed by the State superintendent home. Henry Lane Is the Lamb years amounting to 137.15. Leill.latlonfor"request enk. ''m"1I 1 !! runt r'
adjourned In Tallahasseelast of education for pub- and the women are the Wolves. ALSO' : Lots 1, 2 of EV4! of Blk U.Llvln..ton. Florida at the ells, ,site' *
Trudy &: To's Sub-Dlv. regnhuof
1 Friday a total of 165 bills lic school teachers. It would prohibit This Is a sincere play with plenty of NKV4 of NEW Sac 28 Tp. 6 S. R. the 11139 Florid" rrxlela
FLYING START--The 1939 sesftlon chatter Is": "What about the Mur- had been dropped Into the legislative any county paying a teacher of laughs and will send the audience -, 22 E.The. which vlding the an City ldu'h'"r ",art
of the legislature got off to phy law? (The law under which hopper during the first more from State school funds home with a satisfying sense taxes to be sold are evidenced sell. dispose "', viur1t ':b04"

a. flying start because the House delinquent state and county taxes week of the 1939 session I than the amount so fixed by the of having been entertained. of 1930 by certificate and 1934 Noa.respectively 489 and and 388 light usual and operation, ,"f rt''*. ,001,
water ; eta,
nominated Its speaker last fall at for two years have been settleable The first bill containing a recommendation -I State superintendent. However 4. represent unpaid taxes for the year. requiring ther"r"r, ,!,pia.."!' : .
of two the dollar. 1929 to 1939, both Inclusive amounting of at o1n air'vole /
peaceful Moon Lake Instead for a penny or on ) least, {
a Governor Cone counties would be to
by was permitted IhJ"-tUU'I
total .
number of ,. ?! .
atmosphere The law June 9. 1939. GRAHAMMrs. :lh.
excited expires on
caucusing in the presented Friday by representatives supplement the State salaries with ALSO' : Stays of SEVi Sec. 35 Tp. ed voter of said "rill, Lisa
of Tallahassee the night be- which date all unredeemed land Getzen of Sumter Inmanof money raised from county sources. L. C. Smith Car 8 S. R. 22 E., 40 Acres. regular city eie.'t6n. hOld al I'"J
The taxes. to ba sold are evidenced proval of the fi' '
for the session began; ns had been goes to the Internal Improvement, Bradford. Frazer of Baker, and Fencing of highways against Mrs. I. W. Dyal was visiting her by certificate. Nos. 607 and 44* by the majority proposal or 1,.,"
the custom before Speaker Chris-- board for ownership and administration Sudduth and Stokes of Bay, asking cattle was proposed by Rep. Slater of 1932 and 134 respectively, and cll. and providing for .j.0"'
and the former parents Mr. and Mrs Johnnie represent. unpaid taxes for the years of notice of all .. nh
unanimously owners
tie was nominated for $IS automobile license tag. Smith of Clay County. His. bill Lewis in the Zlff section Sun- 1981 to 1939 both Inclusive amount- posed transaction, inelude,1,t'
r been barred from the courts In at- of :.,
i two There have are ing to $64.49.ALSO yment of '
years ago. It would apply to cars of less than would require the State Road Department i : edn... ''''' phntry
selec- to Cities : Lot 7 In Woodlawn Sec. 19
two beneficial results;; calm tempts recover. are
3,000 pounds weight. to erect the fences.
Tp. 5 S. K. 22 B., 10 Acres.
of committees undisturbed by alarmed for fear of losing their T. Youngblood of South r'umu' .Ii
t tion The taxes to ba sold are evidenced of Starkl' t
Filed A bill to the 1937 law FlaridL
the turmoil of personal politics; millions of delinquent taxes and Many Prcpowals repeal Florida spent several days with by certificate. NOB. 285 and 647 (SEAL) Hy: W AI 1
establishing the State Welfare of 1910 and 1933 respectively and Ed.......
the preliminary work of the quiet- liens; realtors lest the state com- Finance measures the proposednew Mr. and Mrs. J. A. J. McKinney.Mr. represent. unpaid taxes for the years ATTEST: Chalrmap Carl
I John..
Board '
was sponsored by
headed house committee of 25. pete on a vast scale with their criminal code a State tax Representative and Mrs. Norman Johns of 1929 to 1939, both inclusive, amounting ( 1.114
commission repeal of the 1931 law Sikes and eight other mem- to 137.47.ALSO .
business. Hellbronn Springs were
held visitingher
This committee has many Space permits only a >
: N 4 of SEVi of SWVi Ex 2
bers. Another
meetings; has begun to crystallzepiogram. bare mention of the possibilities authorizing horse and dog racing measure by Representative mother Mrs. C. Fogg Sunday.J. A In N WCor. Sec. 22 Tp. 9 S R.

a 1)). Repeal the law prior to June and pari-mutuel wagering at racetracks Slkes would providefor C. Watkins of the Ocala CCC 22 The E., 18 Acre O''I: : !]OK TO PI'a1Ir4TI0r{
taxes' to be sold are evidenced API'F41t
to $30 to |
9 and prevent reversion to the I. a revised school regula- paying up monthly Camp spent Sunday with his by certificate. Noa. 311 and 1036 Tae state of Florida f.
tions and bills to the any person 69 years or older who i of 1931 and 1938 respectively, and I..... KLvrrrr ROlli.
code nrsneh
I. 2)). Re-enact a modified law. 3)), repeal uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs.Berry C..... I
RESISTANCE-Perhaps the most has lived In the State five years represent unpaid taxes for the years You are. notified
I Legislate to avert the real or Im- present State milk control board I Dyal. 1930 to 1939, both Inclusive amountIng Holland a. plaintiff that
It significant fact In the entire pre agined dangers to follow If the and the State welfare board were and does not have sufficient Income to Uf. II, his bill of complain, ,ha dUb
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Meltonof !
view picture Is the almost unanimous those Introduced. to provide necessary subsistence ALSO: NWW\ & EYr 8WV4 Sec.. against you BaJII. ::0'
situation Is allowed to take Its among Starke entertained Mr. Mel 28 Tp. 7 S. R. 20 E., 240 Acres Pendant and that Hnilando
and quite vigorous opposition course. 4)). Divide the lands of the I An attempt to put off until ton's School Class with The taxes. to be Mold pre evidenced Issuance of this ordE.tthlavit! hu b""r.
to any increase in the state June 1 the deadline to real Rep. John S. Burks of Pasco Sunday an by certificate No. 703 of 1930 filed, all In Circuit 'run' !?
proceeds to schools cities state I pay and '
tax. the
but Easter Egg Hunt Sunday. represent unpaid for ford County Florida ?'
load. This of is in <
tax course County, asked for the Immediate ,
reforestation; a state park and estate taxes without penalty was yearn 1929 to I9J9 both inclusive, and you, Sallle Holland
l', a single manifestation of the ret stopped by Rep. L. C. Leedy of repeal of the State Milk Control Miss Margie Mathews of Starke amounting; to 1459,04. required to appear In, 're,
recreational system; private ownership yl
with Said tax certificate togetherwith on May 1. A. D
t action against the six-year reform Board. spent Sunday Miss Alta 1939, B
: through sale. Orange County.The all subsequent omitted or County Telegraph ,"
1 and tax spending spree of the new Orange County salon objected Rep. Archie Clements of Pinel- Smith. Levied taxes .will be sold to thehICh..t the newspaper foi. the d."roll pubic

k deal. The reaction is now In full GAS TAX-It will be, a miracleIf when Rep Edwin!: G. Fraserof las County proposed three new Miss Irene Goodge of Starke In Starke.bidder on at the the 14th.Courthousedoor day of of four this consecutive order onacb week III1t

1 swing as the entire nation has there Is not a good hot fight Baker County tried to get the grounds for divorce In Florida, spent Sunday with Miss Lumanda M.April A. D. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. Witness my hand and .

-1 become tax conscious and alarmed over gas tax. Comptroller Lee House rules waived and send bringing the number to 12. The Dyal.Little bated. this the 25th., day of March seal 28, A.at D.Starke U39.. FIIII'lda Ihi

Y 1 .t the ever mounting cost of government I created a situation hard to get through to quick passage a measure new reasons would be convictionfor Jack Surrency returned A. D. 1939.OFFICIAL. (OFFICIAL SEAL) Aln
( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
The rush of editorials A* Clerk of said i'
around without a battle when two requiring county tax collec- felony, separation for five Saturday after a visit with his Clerk of Circuit Court of BradfordCounty Knight &: Knight Attorn"ircuit, Cot.
t against the tax spenders the years ago he abruptly refused to tors to keep their books open. years, and habitual use of narcotics sister, Mrs. Aileen Padgett, at Florida. 3-31 3t 4-14 plaintiff 1.111 I

casual and ribald ribbing of legislative continue gas payment to some 31 Unanimous consent is required to drugs or marijuana. Hague.Mr. .

:F sessions "resolutions of proteRt" counties getting same by virtue of consider the bill without first A State utilities commission of and Mrs. C. J. Frazier and

and such are denoted time honored local laws perverting the original sending it to the finance and taxation five members to be appointed by Mr. and Mrs.. L. C Smith were SPECIALYOUR
and worst
.occurrences at
purposes. of the 1931 law. Again committee.The the Governor was offered in a in Starke Friday afternoon.
ft'3{ an annoyance at a mild but necessary there la a wide diversity of Interests same bill was Introduced in bill by Rep. Raymond Sheldon of
Mrs. Annie Ward
evil. But this time there Is was visiting
} a grim-mouthed anger about the and opinions. State road department the 1937 session by the Baker Hillsborough County, Representative her daughter, Mrs. Florrie Me CAR LUBRICATED FOR 35 3 <
wants millions more for County representative and it was Burke and Rep. E. P. Martin
a' ra; matter. roads; many counties-big and the first to be enacted into law. of Hillsborough County. Kinney Sunday in Starke. GAS AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORD

I ill''.... little-want their gas pay restored I His bill was the second to be In Would Repeal Tax Mrs. Harvey Starling and Mrs.

n t 4 TAX COMMISSION Recently ; schools want more gas money; troduced. The first was one to Repeal of the present one-half R. S. Wasdin were business! visitors TV"a a DA ra.V,&

l from the welter of tax talk there Bondholders want to continue get- revise the State's criminal code per cent gross receipts tax which to Jacksonville last week. I

has crystallzed a new major idea ting their 3 cents regardless of and speed up court procedure.The supplies about $2,000,000 annuallyfor Miss Maxine Surrency spent

scientific assessment and levy the fact that the gas dollar per, first bill to be passed In public schools was sought In several days with her sister, Mrs. Smith's

ing of taxes. For 6 years Comp- $1,000 bond has doubled since the this session asked for an appro- a bill Introduced by Rep. H. E. Delmar McKinney, at Hart Haven Garagt

troller Jim Lee has preached that act was created; many counties priation of 92828.02 to pay for Overstreet of Dade County. He Is last week.

rigid enforcement of tax collection want their local authorities to the new Capitol wing in which a Miami merchant. His bill Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wasdin of

N would cure all governmental decide where the state road de- the House chamber is housed. would not repeal the present license Georgia spent the week-end with

1@ Ills. With vigor and courageous partment will build Its roads. Wants Highway Fenced scale which graduates up to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. D.

1F Impartiality he has practiced his Principal schools oi thoughts Rep Robert Sikes of Okaloosa $400 for each store in chains of Wasdin. 18itll

II'' preachings. But the new Idea, be- are. ((1)) give state road depart- County offered a uniform salary 16 or more. I NOTIC'H OF1.1': OF TAX -4e
coming surprisingly wide-spread, ment .4 cents; bonds 2 and con- Other bills Included: (KIITIPICATKif ?t

r is that first there must be a scien- tinue present method of allocation. a through-going revision and sim- Raising circuit judges' salaries Mae Notice Andrew I I. hereby hall given filed that lot
tific and fair spread first of the ((2)) set up new county credits by plification of its criminal code from $5000 to $6000 annually; a written feculent that the tax certificates me Ill' IX!

levies. Principal culprit In mind, figuring "Interest" on the road that appears certain of passage.' proposed constitutional amend- omitted together or levied with taxes all held subsequent by the To give him a better chance >'
Srr of course, Is ad valorem tax. In costs. ((3)) set up the date of cost Recently the Supreme Court has ment authorizing the State to distribute Stat be advertised and Hold to the

a growing crescendo there has accountancy from Jan. 1, 1931 to revised simplified and clarifiedits to counties taxes collected by highest Chapter bidder 18296 tor of cash the as provided in life start now on, our

been a cry that the "ad valoremtax I now and thus create new creditsto procedure. Following of from race tracks pari-mutuel of the L.efrtsliUure.' upon the 1937 follow Acts systematic plan which will

1, structure boa broken down." justify the present 3-3 alloca course In the footsteps of Federal wagering. legalized gambling, or County ing described of real estate In the enable child obtain
Bradford State of Florida
your to
New version Is; "The administration I places of amusement of +r
tion.This Court reform. The high court ; repeal to-wlt: .
and the method of levy has service is unable to hazarda I also wants a seventh member to the 1931 law authorizing pari- II H.KV6 of 22 NE% of NE'/i Sec. 12 Tp. a college education at amaze
It. E., 10 Acres
broken down" And there is factual guess as to what plan will be ease the work avoid the absurdity mutuel wagering at race tracks; The taxed to be sold are evidence i ngly I small cost
evidence galore to back the eventually devised that will offend of frequent 3-3 decisions. giving cities and counties 50 per :t i j, .d! by certificate No. 927 of 19.13,
|land I 1 represent" unpaid taxes for thaI
y .f' charge. leas than half the members of Women are determined also tomodernize cent of intangible taxes collected I i yearn 1932 to 19Jit both Inclusive Ask our local agent M "
Most both houses. from residents of the county !, amounting to 1433.
It probable new major development laws relative to ; constitutional 1
i property ALSO: Wry' of E<4 of NE<4 of or write '
v14,4 In Florida government and other rights of married amendment adding j JNK'/i, Sec. 12 Tp. II S.: R. 22 }o:., 10
from the 1939 session Is a state STATE ROADS--The state road women. seventh justice to the $upreme | At'J'.M.The. mwv.r.-nntn
taxed to he Hold
u tax commission charged with caus- department has about reached a Court; establishing a State high. by certificate No. 928 are of evidenced 193.1. and

ing uniform, universal scientific point where the steadily increasing ''Ml'RCIIANTS-For: two sessions way amendment; adding seventh represent. unpaid taxes for the year.*
H! :.I2 to 1939 both Inclusive,
r r' assessment of personal. and real cost of maintaining the thous- high point of hysteria has been I justice to the Supreme Court; appropriating tn f 13: .81. amounting

V, f property. Two decades ago FlorIda ands of miles of poorly-located over laws designed to exterminate $1,500,000 for a ALSO: NEV. of 8WM See 35 Tp.
5 H. U. 21 E, 40 Acre
r briefly I tried a tax poorer built boom time roads absorbs chain stores. The effort not only branch of the State Hospital to be The taxes to be Bold are evidenced f ,
i f
commission unarmed unpaid the entire Income of the de failed but painfully backfired located in Hillsborough County; by certificate No. 108 of 1931
and represent .
unpaid taxes
I which accomplished nothing save partment. In fact the departmentIs when the courts trimmed a grad- establishing a State tax commis- 1930 to 1939 both Inclusive theyearn :
3 ;{ creating u prejudice against tax having difficulty already' finding uated chain store tax so that the sion of five members to be appointed amounting' 18009AIXO E. R. BOWERSBox

commissions, That prejudice und dollars to match those offered only thing remaining was a mildly by the Governor, and a G S. R. :21 SW E.%, 40 of Acres.8KV4. Sec. 13 Tp. 303

the sneaking fear by various by the Federal Government for graduated license and a 1-2 per constitutional amendment abolish- The taxes to be. Hold are evidenced

t groups that such a commission modern construction. Only solution cent sales tux on all merchantsthat ing office of Justice of the peace 113 by of certificate 1917 1932 and Nos.1935 98, 11 respect-,, and Starke, Florida1'i1Ga3

will up taxes of that group are Is better planning, bigger dol. could not be passed on to the .

_, the two chief hurdles the proposal lars. The joint road committee of consumer. By contrast this session BROOKER

must clear. Gov. Cone Is latest 10 has apparently solved the first there will be only mild efforts Mrs. L. L. Parker, CorrespondentThe I L/ mqOOO) Facts
? That You
c advocate of a commission; first problem jointly with the road plan- at chain extermination; principal Concern u

11 change in his tax tune since he ning department. It Is expected fire being concentrated on Easter Bunnys were very I

moved into the mansion. to recommend a long time buildIng removing the offending 1-2 per- busy here Sunday preparing for

plan; selection of routes by cent tax from the old law. and egg hunt while Easter ser I _"'__ h I
SALES TAX-For several years the department rather than the vices were being conducted by -the-- .

? this service has with increasing I legislature; priority In construction CITIES-Florida League of Munl- Rev. G. E. MCCauley, pastor at

j, conviction observed that a sales and decision on materials by cipalties Is present with unusually' 3 o'clock In the evening. Both c'.i

? 'ra I tax was Inevitable. Thirty days modern engineering rather than strong leadership urging major young and old enjoyed the egg I

ago the service would have offered by good old time political pres re-allocation of money for distressed hunt. After the eggs were found
i'' odds that 1939 session would sure. But the department wants cities. Weakness of this the many guests were served I .i tad

create one. The stiff resistance 14 millions a year Instead of 9 plea Is the fact that the City Lob- pickles, crackers and tea to go ., '

I D to the idea of additional taxes the for 10 years to carry out the plan. by has successfully resisted any with their eggs. Everyone had j' t.'t

new Idea of modernizing administration' effort on the part of the state to a good time and the younger ,J + ftrrP, +ti _
I of ad valoiem tax has reversed SCHOOLS-The schools want 2 learn anything about the actual children wanted to have an egg I

h, the odds.' With n Cone millions added to their 11 1-2 from distress of cities through the filing hunt every Sunday but were told 1 t4

veto as certain as ever the need the state. They also want the of annual reports On the that the faster: Bunnys were very FOR OVER 100. 000

.q t for major Increase In tax revenue l legislature to override the Cone other hand counties and schools busy and would not have time to r' : t < I FARM WORKERS AND

'; t must be clear Indeed before Flor- veto of law setting up teacher retirement scream night and day about their prepare another egg hunt until I 4/ 1 1 FARMERS-JOBSANOi

khans start assigning a special pensions which will cost troubles, receipt book chapter and next year,
''I pocket to aluminum tokens. $200,000 per annum for a starter. verse. This service doubts that Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baxter of ':! MARKET MADE BY BEE!
Also want a stricter school' cities the p
code. most distressed group Jacksonville were the guests of / +
j i ABOLITION DEAD After five Will probably get all three. of political units in the statewillever Mrs. Annie Pinholster Sunday i, 1 i

;years of frontal attack failed to get much from the state un- D. I, Sigman from the State i I / i p':

produce a gales tax the DuPont PENSIONS--One of the Wood til they are willing to yield to mild Board of health. Miss Sogard. the I ht 1 I// T l j f1e
group decided on a flank attackto pre-legislative committees Is on state control and report filing. district supervisor from the State I|

accomplish that same result pensions. It thinks funds for this Board of Health, met with Mrs. II r S

The Tax Revision League was purpose should be boosted from LABOR--Organized labor has an Clennie Hickok, county nurse and I r

formed with the avowed purpose 3.8 millions to 6. ambitious program, wants a cabinet : a few of the people here last II ?

tJ Ual// abolishing the ad valorem method department, wages and hours, Thursday. They had a display of I t MILD
1 ': t I of taxes substituting a universal BONDS-Since 1929 major legislative revision of unemployment pay- the good and bad houses. Mr.

transaction tax which Include matter has been treatmentof ment law Organized Labor Is Sigman stressed tie point of { FOR"r BEEQ GAYS A

realty rentals and sales This bondholders. They got about more or less in the dog house, will Checking our water supply ,

M movement accumulated real power what they wanted In 1929 includ- find the trend of the times not ; sending a sample to the State byj I':

1 ; reached ita peak few months ing n savage tax foreclosure law. too kindly to their desires. Board of Health to be examined!' BREADWINNERS :

ago when Peter O. Knight sudden the 3 cents of gas money for road Many interesting points were discussed -
a + I Iy joined the movement; tried unsuccessfully debts After 1929 the distress of NEW-For several years sentiment about the sanitary condi I i

x to stampede the state a near bankrupt state was expressed has been strengthening and tion of our community and show A MllllONJOBS FOR 'I3O MILLIONTH.

chamber of commerce Into an en- In a deluge of bills and crystalizlng In favor of a state ed us ways to add things to our PAYERS (ALL OF US/

dorsement. Reaction since hits laws to alleviate the Ills of the drivers law, a state police force, home with very little cost. .I MADE BY SMC
), .' i been strong. Ad valorem abolition taxpayers; muzzle the so-sharp' uniform traffic laws. These Don't forget Sunday school BEER GREAT NEW HELP
next '
Is dead. State realty board teeth of that big bad wolf. Bond Mean will probably culminate Into Sunday at 10 o'clock and church I i f! '1933 IN CARRYING 'IN'

has as heart of its program an holder. Legislature passed many mild laws this session. afterwards with the Rev. G. E. I I CREASING TAX SURD
f; over-all limitation of ad valoremtax. a law; the courts set them McGauley
pastor I FROM coast to
As millage depends promply all aside. Only law that IN addition to these few The coast has helped In putThe thM
entirely I proposed proceeds will go for the bene- i' ting men back to work Into brewing industry cannot enforce
1 on assessment level and as the ever survived to benefit the situation laws and movements there will on a play Thursday night, April jobs in six short years. Beer also a million each new laws. But they are cooperating with F Mofflclajs
v schools now face near disaster because ; was the Federal Wilcox be dumped into legislative hoppers 20 at 8 o'clock In the school I buy the produce of3,000,000acreeoffarm year to see to it that the retailing o betf
,t of faulty assessments and municipal bankruptcy law which some 2,950 additional bills clamor- auditorium. The name of the and pays a million dollar a day In taxes gives no offense to anyone.

15 rnlllage limitation this first cou- soon expires. Last session\ there Ing to be turned Into laws. And play Is "A Lamb Among Wolves." The brewers, want to preserve these W. wonU lik* to MmJ you a femlfel that

an of abolition enjoys none too was little legislation that confined 133 men; the product of a complete The proceds will go for the bene- nomic twnefiu. They; want also to ) eco describee the Foundation'. unusual program t
,. good health. In time if a tax to undoing the hysteria of the previous diversity of experience, fit of the church as we are public's right to enjoy beer and protect their the of self-regulation. Address: United Brew.It
i commission in created and does three sessions.' Uuless ef training education. Interests.._ to add Sunday School rooms.trying right to make and market it. own Industrial Foundation 19 East 40th Street

half the wonders Its advocates forts are made to Improve the will be expected In the space of The characters are: Miss Bates New York, N. Y.

li nope, chances of tax limitation functioning of the Board of HO days to translate jumble Into Mrs. Pearl
{ Markey; Mrs.
+ would distinctly enhance. Administration in this ; little will be done laws designed to keep pace with Mrs. McGauley; Mrs. Lamb Mrs.Gay. BEER..a beverage of moderatioi'to earry'j
once controversial field the dizzy economic
I growth of the G. B. Cotsou; Mrs. Sadly. Mrs.
:MURPHY, Perhaps liveliest and 11 ""*"""" """ nations most colorful
and Iva
most Taylor Miss
"' + most diverse subject: bf legislative 11 LAWThe state bar has evolved rapidly growing state. thy Taylor; Mrs. Cobb Atkinson.Mrs.Vivian Doro- I i


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lI'f.FF'Rhodes Algebra Class BIOGRAPHYERNEST Reading A Habit JEAN DAVIS Historical Tour the Jaw bone of the whale were

IUllpll IN.CHIEFIIEI'OU'fERI Enjoys PartyThe the most interesting things In
evidence In the museum. We also
!! Ernest Dowling was born April By Jenelle Hutchins The eighth grade history class t

Jean Davis.Dowllne. members of Algebra II. en- 14, 1919. on a farm near Hampton. No one has so much time at his TYPIST AWARD sponsored by Mrs Bynum Perkins saw a number of old Spanish
..II' "ustln joyed a delightful party Friday disposal to learn to read as the coins.
Frank Robinson, His parents are Mr. and made a tour of St. Augustine
' !.Il1alllta. Barefoot afternoon during the fourth per- Mrs. E. J. Dowling. young person has before he enters Clara Mae Ilartoy In Runnrr-l'p March 31. Last of all the cUss! went to

e Of'W' high school and during his high In Content Held At Avlles Street where the Spanish,
The first visited Fort
iod.Mrs. He Is 5 feet 9 Inches tall blue place was
r Perkins appointed committees eyed, and weighs about 164. His school course. More than this, GainesvilleBecause Marlon formerly San Marcos Fiesta"' was held. They saw the
to bring the material youth Is the habit-forming time.
necessary hobbles Under an Interesting guide all beautiesand
are hunting and with the Spanish
fishing parade
.-"- for making Ice cream. : If one does not form the habit of of the splendid show-
and he likes points of Importance were pointedout
football ,
basketball, of the costumes werehlstol'ic
reading then he is not many
L Eg.t111YATI0N5 After an hour of hard work dur- and dancing. likely ing made at the Central Florida and much historical Informa-

r Lore week of school, then ing the noon period the ice cream He dislikes conceited and acquire it later. District Contest Bradford County tion was gained by the class.Leaving In appearance. Next Mrs.
then-oh! people There is scarcely a day of his Fred Cone made a speech officially -
and was good could be
as aa
k of review expected salesmen and he wants to be a High School will be well represented the fort the class proceeded I
t life until he finishes school fiesta. Then Fer-
under the
same mourn- business to the old city gates and
Lou the man. In the State Commercial Con-
and .
he might not devote at leasta dinand the Bull and crowned
through The class enjoyed jokes and He through them to the oldest school
to started to school in R. H. S.
( L as we had go short time to reading from test to be held on April 29 at Lees- Richard Jackson had the honor of
I games during the first thirty min and at present is a dignified house. This was! Indeed Interest-
Uyear Examinations. which he could derive both pleas- burg holding him by the ear. Spanish 1
utes of the hour before refresh- ior here. Ing. Seated on benches were I
j at some of you are wor- ments were served. Mrs. Perkins ure and profit. If you want to Jean Davis, who Is a first-year figures representing ttie pupils and food drinks, dances and songs

, out whether you're going furnished the cake and everyonehad ROBERT (BOB) LONG read, select first, the things that I typewriting student, was awarded teacher of the first school. Homemade were everywhere In evidence.

th two servings of cream. Mr. The home of Mr. and Mrs. E. are most Interesting to youhis- a medal for being both the Novice nlatcs and books of that : After the fiesta the class came

B or not. ? Do the Williams was the honor guest of C. Long was brightened by the tory, science, poetry, fiction, the l Accuracy Champion and the period were In the hands of the home.

I do we have summarize exams four the hour. appearance of a baby boy on news of the day or whatever it Novice Speed Champion of th. pupils. A dunce cap was also In All In all It was one of the hap-

learn to thate October 4, 1919, whom they christened may be. Read the best things Central Florida District. She evidence showing that children pleat history lessons of the entire, 1F''
in that hour Everyone had a good time and 1
read and
work Robert. But you can enjoy. these titles in d
to answer a cer- enjoyed the reward for eight everyone pre- won competitionwith were not angels In those days. year.
given questions? No months hard effort. fers calling him Bob. ; If you find it difficult to culti- students from several coun- The next stop was at the old Seven eighth grade mothers besides _

lumber Of: of memorizing The family lived in Moultrie, vate the reading habit from lack ties, and is now eligible for the slave market and the class was Mrs. Perkins accompaniedthe

la capable should pick out Reporters Martha Matthews, Georgia when Bob was born. They of interest or apparent lack of |' state contest at Leesburg. reminded of the long struggle In group. They wore: Mrs. J.

ping but one things and Glenda Ferol Jones., have lived in several places since time, you will be tempted to It I I Clara Mae Harley, also a first- our country over that question.The W. Andrews, Mrs. A. Keen, Mrs.T. .

lost important But with all I his birth. At the age of four he subtly by having a book near by year student of typewriting, came class then went to the bench B. Harding. :Mrs. R. J. Davis, v

study them. should not be moved to Brooker and lived there so that when you drop into an I I in second In the same contest, and and ate dinner. While there a Mrs. A. W. Anderson Mrs. C. J. R

aminations the stud- Library NotesThe until he was eight years of age. easy chair or stretch yourself on she too will enter the state contest number of shells were gathered Powell, and Mrs. J. R. Colley. r T

with alarm by to see If Then he moved and traveled over the couch for a rest or to wait I II I because of her good showingat and the coquina rock studied. + ,4

lecause It is given entire student body and the thirteen states. But he liked until dinner Is ready, it may catch the district meeting. About one o'clock the group GUESS WHO ANSWER

Jve really learned Of course anything It Library Committee wish to thank' Brooker so well that he returned I I your eye or fall easily into your I Both Jean and Clara Mae are came back to town and spent BUDDY BISHOP

the course. will have to the senior class of '39 for its very and has lived there ever since. hand. If the book is your own, students of Mrs. Jack Williams about an hour at the oldest house h

; that one a littlee generous donation to our library, i Bob graduated from Brooker and especially If you have been I who teaches In our commercial de and admired the antiques which Typewriter ribbons and carbon

down and study This class has given us twenty- Junior High School In 1936. He led through curiosity or passing partment.Also I were everywhere In abundance. The paper at the Bradford County Tel-

I five new books. i iI entered Bradford High the next fancy to pay for It with your eligible for the State Commercial armour of the knights of old and egraph.
[ make realof I
to a
expects term. own money the temptation will
I We I
appreciate, also the five
himself he must studye Bob likes all be all the for to contest are Louise Warren
I books donated by the class of sports, especially stronger you see I
Is In high school and col- 1938. football.He what is in it, and if you have any and Ruth Murrhee, second year THE WORLD'S GOOD NEWSwill

that he will be preparedhe finished his school work In persistence, having once begun It shorthand students who were
When thatto And while we are expressing our come to your home every day through I
time comes. December and is now connected you will be sure to stay with it awarded first and second place,
succeed comes I know appreciation we should like to with the Tung 011 industry in until you have finished It. The THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR a
thank Mrs. Vandlviere for several respectively. In the Amateur .
|ch of you will do the veryat Brooker. reading of one book almost Invariably I An Intfrnotional Dailr Nrmpapor TI

you can. So If you volumes and Key Sargent for an Good luck to you Bob from the leads to the reading of' Shorthand Contest. None of the n r e.w. for,..the world'.tlMm. oonitmetlw doing.. Tti.Monitor '
In school attractive little copy of "The other central Florida schools dart not Mplalt Brim* or Muwtlonl' neither doe It l nor. them
bard while yourto i senior class. another and so gradually the en- : I
Other Wise I kut d oli corraeUml* with them pvtturra for buy utn and nil tM
succeed will be lots Man. The U. D. C., I habit fastens upon you tered students in this contest. l.mUir, inaladlnc lira WMkty N".IO. section. I IIhl"8:7:1 ,
too, has given us a most Interest- DESTA CASEY ------.-.-------------
than If you hadn't. If from your high school course These shorthand students also : : ;:;; ; i
Tb Olirbtlui Sntane* ;
ing new book an autographedcopy 'I'' On June 1, 1922, in Mulleberry, .... .... .
|s everybody sit right down I you can get nothing else than the taught by :Mrs. Jack Williams On.. Norway at. &. Boiiton, .h..t.
of "The Flight Into Oblivion. Mrs. Casey was made very happyby Pie..... enter my mbnerlptlon. to Th. Chrl tl.n Bolrnr. Mnnltnr for :
ludy real hard so that we ability to read intelligently and nf i I
s p.rlmj
the arrival of little These four girls, who represent
examinations with a girl, the appreciation of books and 1 year 111 on 0 month IH.00 'mon'ho"01 1 moth (I POW I
our a
A number of valuable magazines whom they later named Desta. Bradford High School will go to ..lnnidy luu., Ineludlni M I""ln.Bectloni I ,ear $1 to. I colors. liking for their companionship,
Leesburg on April 29 for the I
Desta has been
-The Editor. I have been placed on our only coming to the years of school will not have K.m. _____________.___._____._i________jn.B fmmmm _
State contest. We .
B. H. S. about two months and we are proud
reading table by friends. These
I, have been both certainly were glad to welcomeher been spent in vain. If you come the fine showing these students i Addr... ________.....______.______._____u Jq_.__JB,_____,!!_ 1
Sez magazines helpful away from your high school train- have made. to noel. Co". .e N..a.
Mammy : I and pleasant reading for our to our senior class. Congratulations I
ing with a dislike for study and
teachers and students! I
Desta has to the heightof
students.We grown
with little or no interest in books -
chlllun here Is another 5 feet three inches and weighs
realize that our library Is and no joy in the anticipation of 3
b de old junior 99 pounds. She has blond hair
| good paper.ob
not all that it should be, but we reading, you have missed much of
de most perplexing are trying to improve it all the and gray eyes. what you should have gained
I has done happened dat Within our five weeks of know-
time. And when we get our new .
I Arthur Torode has settledor ing her, we feel that she has always Hio
room we hope that !it will be the
a month of hard school most popTllar one In the whole been with us, for when she SocietyJulia knows mostahout'sBwKcars

And to top it all off-he building. came she just went right to work '

Jly serious 'I just as If she had always been Winkler spent Friday In
The students have been most I Jacksonville
irett and dat must here always.
operative in working with Whatever Desta plans to Ralph Rhodes, Harold Bishop
e In love with'each other, co-I'
ob Library Committee this year, her future work, we know that I and Billy Dowling were In Gainesville -I ?
i you see one 'emyousee
this co-operation has enabled Sunday.
will have
she success.
de other.
to give better: and more i Geraldine Hall spent the weekend -

}Easter Parade sho' were the tory service to every one. satiSfac-1 LORENA ROSIER In Lake Wales. It

Dat Juanita, Enza Edith. Finally we wish to On March 2, 1921, a pretty little I Iva Mar Lewis visited In 'Gainesville -

[Marian, Gayle, and a whole brown-eved brown-haired
girl was
person who has helped us to make I Sunday.
ore sho' did look scrumpti- born at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,
our library better, more useful, Estelle Mott went to GolJhcnd
I and more enjoyable.Elementary. J. M. Rosier. Branch Sunday '

1 little Margaret's heart beta +-- Lorena has grown to the heightof I Gene Long was In Gainesville Ford has built more than =- < Iu

[ Lawtey these days. Echoes 5 feet six inches and she weighs I Sunday. .

Doshla, Enza, Edith and I about 150,pounds.ixjrena __ I Christine. Cut d'chaw spent Saturday one-third of all this antnntn. ".. --- -- --- --- -- ---
a klnda like de bright js very fond ui riding on In Gainesville.Dofhla y ?n ox '' r
Dey has been going to the I. FOURTH GUADK I Sunday afternoons; and she also Smith spent Sunday in y.Ii y. e r

much lately dat dey has Our teacher Is reading The likes to ride In the Lawtey bus. Gainesville. biles ever built In the world

learned when to cross the Swiss Twins to us. Lorena Is very talented in many Caroline Green and Marian

It is very interesting to learn things. For instance, first ask Dowling enjoy a trip to Jack

IA. Z sho' does like about the Swiss people. We have her if she can cook. She is very sonville WednesdayDoris
Just finished our study of the studious in all of her subjects and Strickland was in Jacksonville -
Why Jest de other
day Swiss and are traveling through always makes not less than the entire week-end. '
[one ob his teachers wuz -
"Good" on everything. Louise Warren Ruth Murrhee I V
rollshe don asked if Italy.We M
Z are about to complete our Since she has been coming to I Lorraine Hartman, Loyree Hart-
Photography Adkina"present. r
French peasants scenes. I i i B. H. S. she has made many, mann., Clara Mae Harley Jean ice

We are having a lot of flowers!I friends, and she plans to become Davis, and Jack Halle attendedthe
lots ob our little sweetre brought to our room. a stenographer or a secretary district commercial contest! .

| getting bids to the housein Jim Frank Jordan was sick all I I after she finishes school. which was held In Gainesville' '

Gainesville this week- last week. I Here's wishing you much suc Saturday, April 8Library.
fun! W. B. McKinney reported, Mrs. I cess. o .

ertaln blonde in de senior ; Hart, teacher. Fees
ho' am lucky to have her
charming lady was -
end come all de home FOURTH GRADE NEWS young
B University
ob Health Guard
Georgia Our teacher
gave i
Easter tey, Florida, the "StrawberryCity. 25c to their school for library
holidays. badges to each of us who received t.w .
." fees. This money goes to the
Until next week four gold stars on our Clean
She has blond hair and beauti- school library. This money is
Yo, Mammy. Hands Chart.
ful brown eyes. spent in repairing and buying
Science Readers we have
our She has many likes and very books for the school. There are

Jokes I been studying about beavers. We few dislikes. Just ask her what both fiction and non-fiction storybooks I

are reading library book called one U&_. h er ma I n hobbies Is and and ell kinds of rote ten c e -
tail Builds a LOOK at these
HGentlemen's Weapon "Brownie Flat- she will usually tell you that books In the library. These books

per: "Then you admit that House." "drinking "Coca-Cola." Her die, are very useful to the students in THERE FORD FEATURES
the We are still painting on our are more Ford cr In ue today than any
gnwk plaintiff with mal- likes being very few, I won't men- helping them get reports.
mP rethought?" Swiss pictures.We tion them. Four teachers have already reported other make. And there are more Ford V.& than STTU UAO'UH"-n. .....
IP'on' have a big picture of a Swiss their err to tOe t 1ew. 1ce .....
likeable girl and that homeroomshave
: "You can't mix me up She Is a very any other S-cylinder car.
H at i told twice cheese and a booklet "The story Is very studious in her schoolwork paid in full. The rooms that rrrptElbt .crUNO' Ito.INA-.
you "
Him with a brick and on of Switzerland and Cheese. They in making A's on almost all have fully paid are those of Mrs.B. The 1939 Ford V-8 represent the broadest ex ..... .Snail trlladtr Ilv. .-* air,..-

IP were sent to us by a company Perkins, 8 the grade Mrs. i
wasn't no mallets of her subjects.Her ; perience in building cars any manufacturer ever bad.r
lung of the New York.Raymond. plans for the future are to Ruby Mae Perkins, 9th grade; .
about It- Miss You will find 'value in U far what other HroUUtlC ..UIrISEMulc. ,-
H Plain brick like any gent- Kellum, reporter. become some governor's secretaryand Mrs. Dowling, 10th grade; and beyond any ........- .. .ual..t ......

would use." Edwards teacher. then to take a trip aroundthe Mrs. Long, 12th grade. All pupils maker can put into a car at the low Ford price. "l'U-eUSH'ON., cO MroRT- ,;

NEWS world. are urged to pay the library N.w .11...... ....
I Changing Colors SIXTH GRADE Ruth won second place In Short- fees as soon as possible.Primary Ford performance, traditional for a generation .... il..Dl.d ..........
We have been painting beautiful ... ..... ......
In Gainesville I .1. a are
p. Sambo II. In the contest ha reached in the V 8
what time In your flowers for Spring.We hand new height 1939 ar.d4. ahxa! ..._._
W? you scared de recently. Jingles
l's most? are going to make a mural And now Ford style leadership i fa equally outstand .UIIUZl CNAUIN.ing. .
easy. once when I wuz by ... ... .
showing early transportation Would .1.. .. ,I
on a hen-house de farmer water. What HappenIf Miss Lilley's First Grade Pupils, "The smartest car on the road" i* the way own- .lfr.tla'start. 1.._ ."'p'. leYd a ,,

BW and caught me Boy We enjoyed having Ovifee assisted by three other persona, ersdescribetheirnew Smartest action.Smart- rid..

B SCared! He Klnune one look presented the following Cbapel .ClfNT"'C sou"o.aoo"
gald. White boy what Thomas visit us Monday.We Tuesday. eat in appearance. Leaders, a* they deserve to be. ,...... ......... Ise .ldet ......
Bailing you have had lots of lovely School did not start in September Program
chickens?" Morning Prayer and. Flag Sal C.-A..tl.
I alt
flowers this week. ?
ute School. ........ -,. 1t- .. .
Miss ,
Garnlta Hutto, reporter. All the juniors were exempted?
i 8tOW .le '
JUT Bride Surprised: "My Wife husband pro- Kennedy teacher.. rooms The Junior until the stayed bell In rang their? home Ann Rhythm Dinkina.Band, directed by Jo I' 0 R D V 0 .uJpa.

H a surprise if I learned would not talk so much? Easter Songs: (1) Easter Bells,

F", so: I took lessons. GuessVI O? Ralph All the seniors had all A's and (2)) Eattertime ((3) Easter Eggs. APRIL IS FORD INVITATION MONTH I Your lord dealer Invltea you 10 ,

pd "What was the wirFt class B's on their report cards? Easter Story. "The Heavenly drive America' mod modern lowpriced car. Make a date for a new experience.
This boy Is from the Junior Everyone would come to school Home" Mrs. H. C. RItch.

BrideHe: fired the and Is one of the outstandingJunior ? Piano Solo. "Drifting." Juanlta

I feet 10 boys.Inches He, weighs Is about about five one everyday Estelle and Alene Austin would Priest. "Swans On the ''ri '
? Piano Solo
the same day
I7. D "Ernest< a fellow told 'hundred sixty-five pounds dark Has not All stay the home freshmen would not be Lake" Ona Demorest, J. W. Andrews Jr. ,'

K,other day that I looked i grey eyes, brown hair and a anxious for graduation? Dutch Song (1) A Dutch Song
you." admired by all so I
M I complexion. He U There were more than three (2)) In Holland. (3) Gold and ..r

y-D.: That M? What' cUd the students of Bradford and High his weeks of school Crimson Tulips, ((4)) Dancing- in ,

School for his personality students of B. IL 3. did not Holland.
P..,:;"Nothing: H. was larger I friendly attitude. He U president have final examinations to take Bong: "Good-by to You." STARKE, FLA. j

of the Junior claw. '
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-.----------'-'--------.-- ------.------.-- -- --- color scheme were the white tal- W. C. T. U. MeetingThe day) at 3 o'clock the r
Auxiliary ;
CarpenterMcKenzieMarriage Presbyterian cards monogrammed la with Mrs. J T
ley-place Woman's Christian Tem- ,
Holds Monthly Meeting Quigley;\ rt,.'
Solemnized prance Union will meet with Mrs. and an Interesting ,

i1 'fSocictyjl Friends here of Frank Carpenter The Ladles' Auxiliary of the red.The buffet table in the dining W. P. Smith this afternoon (Frl- meeting was eniov.. ?? .'
brother of D. P. Carpenter, Presbyterian Church held its room was covered with a hand- -' -
will be Interested in the following regular monthly meeting at the some lace cloth and centered witha

clipping taken from the Madison I home of Mrs. O. E. Stansbury crystal bowl holding an arrange- SUN HELMETS NEW
afternoon with the presi- Tall red STRAWS
paper last week: Tuesday ment of red poppies.
] Gives I Interest to their dent In the chair and Mrs H H. tapers in crystal holders balancedthe
Sunbeams EntertainedWith Mrs. Brownlee "Of cordial the Young acting secretary pro tem. central embellishment.After 50e to $1.00 Sailors. l.OOu
friends was
Easter Egg Hunt Easter Egg Hunt many announce-I The devotional consisted of dinner the guests enjoyed
ment of the marriage
The members of the Gawage Mrs. H. L. Brownlee entertainedher Emallne Blalock :McKenzie and I prayer and scripture reading which four progressions of bridge. Those SUN HATS Soft Straws $1.00uI
i Sunbeam Band of the Baptist, Sunday School class last Fri- Mr. Frank J. Carpenter on Saturday -: was In charge of Mrs. W. A. Bon- winning prizes Monday night I

Church enjoyed an Batter Egg day afternoon with an Easter egg April 1st The ceremony ham.At were Mrs. J. E. Wilson, high for 25c to 50c
hunt Monday afternoon at 4:00: hunt, at her home on East Cherry was solemnized by the Rev. Harry the business session delegateswere ladles, and K. G. Duncan, high I Sport Ensemble

o'clock at the home of the leaders, Street McDonnel, pastor of the East elected to attend the Presby- for men. Mrs. Wilson was pres- ,
Misses Fannie and Doris Silcox. Patsy Ruth Hall found the largest Madison Methodist Church ak. his trial Meeting at Yankeetown ented with a vase and Mr. Dun- SLACKS: AND
of and was 19, as follows: of Wilson Bros. SPORt
number eggs Wednesday April double deck
For the Young People's Personal home in East Madison, with onlya can received a
awarded the prize. After playing Mrs. R. F. Clark, Mrs. C. F. Mrs Ed- SHIRTS TO MATCH\
Service committee work they visited few Intimate friend in cards. In a bingo game ,
Mrs. L. W. Kiokliter and sang many games, Mrs. Brownlee serv- ance. Ward; Alternates, Mrs. Young ward Burns was awarded a jar of SUMMER SOX
ed fruit punch and cookies, the and Mrs. Bonham. and E. L. Matthews, $2.25 up
for her. After returning they "Mrs. Carpenter, the daughter of preserves
cookies being In the shape of rab- A program on our work in a deck of cards. Tues Long or Short
Dr. A. L. Blalock of Madison, Is was given
serve'd I bits and chickens. The hostess Chosen was presented by Mrs. night Mrs. D. P. Carpenterwon
member of the Junior depart- day
crackers: was assisted In serving by Mrs a ment of the Woman's Club and Ward and Mrs. Young. a pair of kitchen shears for' 25c, 35c, 50c FLY'SOVERALLS
A, E. Ltghtfoot and Marjorie The hostess had artistically for ladles and
high score
it the her graduation from the making
Patsy Ruth Hall won prize since
Marks of DeLand. decorated her home with lovely double deck
the most and Florida State College for Women, O. L Beasley won a
for finding eggs
18 class membersand
There were poppies, larkspur honeysuckle high score
has been membero of cards for making
Joan Silcox: for finding the prize Tallahassee
guests attending the happy and at the close of the meeting Ritch and
Mrs. H. C. YOU CAN
the faculty of the Madison High for men. HANES BLUE LABEL TAKE A
affair. she served strawberry Ice cream, Fl.
egg.Those A. Z. Adkins were presented -
1 Judge
School. TO
enjoying the egg hunt coffee to WATER
+ chocolate milk cake and of and a '
were: Beatrice Bennett, Madge Book Club to Meet "Mr. Carpenter Is connected with the following guests: Miss Anna deck with of a cards jar respectively preserves for 1 Shirts and Shorts CAN'T MAKE TUSIRLI
Brownlee, Edna Coleman, John the Works Progress Administration -
Mrs. W. B. Sewell will review Bell Rigdon, Mesdames Bonham. winning the bingo games. I
'' Dinkins Tommie Edwards, Charles "Andrew Jackson" written by office here in an administrative Clark, Duncan, Holtzendorf, Kendrick Mr. and Mrs.BI'own' I 25c per garment $1.25 and $1.50
Agnes, and Julia Aline Law- Marquis James at the regular capacity."Mr. Prevatt, Stansbury, Uglow, Those enjoying !
son, Patsy Ruth Hall, Barney and meeting of the Book Club which and Mrs. Carpenter are at Ward, Young.It hospitality Monday night, .
Marion McRae, J. H. McKinney, will be held Tuesday night at 7:30: home to their friends at the Hotel was announced that the next were: Mr and Mrs. J. E. Wilson Mr. '
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Vining,
luabelle Parker, Joan Silcox, Junior o'clock at the home of Mr. and Madison" meeting will be held at the homeof I
Mr. and
i and Mrs. O. L. Beasley,
Silcox, Pitner Vandlvere, Peggy Mrs E. L. Matthews. Mr. Carpenter, a former resi- Mrs. R. S. Fernandez with Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mr. and Mrs. ,
jUn Wiggins LucUe Kite; Nancy This promises to be one of "the dent of Starke, has many friends Miss Lucile Mitchell leading and Edward Burns, Mr. and Mrs. E.
l r most Interesting reviews of the here who will learn with Interest Mrs. Carl Jackson in charge of
;iLlghtfoot, Sharon Hall, Frankie L. Matthews, Mr. J. W. Kincaid,
club Everybody InterestedIn of his marriage. devotions.
} :Morgan, and George and Author good literature Is Invited to at- Mrs. H. B. McLendon, and K. G.

;rwinkler. tend. Easter Egg HuntA Mr and Mrs. M. F. Brown Duncan.Those playing Tuesday night "The Dependable Store" Est.189qneoa

merry Easter Egg hunt and Hosts at Bridge Dinner were: Mr. and Mrs R. F. Demo-

picnic took place Monday after- Mr. and Mrs M. F. Brown were rest, Judge and Mrs. A. Z. Ad- _. .._u_._.__._._____

r Goodrich Tires and Batteries noon when three church school hosts Monday and Tuesday nights kins, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Carpenter 9
classes gathered near the homeof when they entertained membersof Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Long.Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. White. The their bridge clubs at buffet and Mrs. H. C. Ritch, Mrs. K. G. MOREDAYS S A LE !MORE\
ELECTRIC AND BATTERY guests included members of dinners. Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Beas-

classes taught by Mrs. L. C. Ray, Spring flowers, roses, poppies, ley, Mrs. W. B. Sewell, and Mrs.E. DAYS

y Zenith and Motorola Radios Miss Olive Ray and Miss Amelia and amaryllis lilies predominating, L. Biggs.
Ray. After playing games and were used in the living room where A T ALEXANDER'S
hunting the many colored eggs, small tables for dinner were ar Wo are local agents for the U.
fruit punch was served and a ranged. Each table was centered &; B. Drew Co., the South's fin-
picnic luncheon was spread on the with a silver bud vase holding red est Engraver! Their entire $20,000 STOCK OF HIGH GRADE MERCHANDISE

GARAGE grass. rose buds and sweetpeas. Further line of Fine Engraving Samplesmay ON SALE AT ALEXANDER'S. STARKE'S LARGEST

__. carrying out the red and white be seen by calling 29 or 82. AND MOST UP-TO-DATE DRY GOODS STORE THIS



L A Davis, chairman of My Many Yean Experience Makes It Possible for Me to Render GUARANTEED AS REPRESENTED-IT'S OUR AH)

meeting of the Woman's Club at
3:30: o'clock Wednesday afternoonIn DeWITT C. JONES SAVE-WE LIST ONLY A FEW OF THE MAX\ ]
k i i fli -. NO. 1 lIusn 10 Pounds the club auditorium.Mrs. Starke, Florida BARGAINS BELOW. COME AND SEE FOR YOU

''j 'POTATOES 19c I Lb. 17c L. A. Canova, presidentof SELF
{ ,
''iWIIIIIYIWIIIIIIIIImIGNI'llllllllllllfllllilm"i UNI"! iiiuiiiiiiiiiwiuiiiiiiiiiininiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" IIIIIIINIIIIIIlAl1111nINIIImIIIIY/IIIIIIIYIIIMII91m1111ipI ...
the organization, )Announced
that at the next business meeting
BACON I'OUNU 101 delegates will be elected to at- NEWHOUSE NEW LOT CHILDREN'SSILK

1 BEST WIIITE tend the Bradford-Union Federa- .ml AND CREPEDRESSES
tion to be held in Lake Butler

1a1 '. May 8. Mrs Canova then turned COATS Anklets & Sock

r Cooking Oil, Gal 69c |Onions, 3 lbs. 10e who the meeting presented over the to following Mrs. Davis pro- In Small'Floral Prints and Stripes. Seersucker and II!

gram using as her theme "The Broadcloth [ SIZES

,71 Home": $1.98 to $2.98 I $1.98 lOc pair
5 21 "March Mllltalre" (Schubert)
Sugar C and "Dark Eyes" (transcribed by Wrap around and zipper type with wide flowing skirts to $4.98

li Pounds Rob Roy Perry), piano duets, and beautifully patterned. Make your hours at home
played by Mrs. E. M Davis and more colorful and pleasant in one of these gay new
SWKKT MIXKIi 21 "/. Jar.lDIMK HKANIJ Can Airs Canova. house PRETTY NEW HANES
PICKLES ISclMILKOUAUANTKEI lOc "My Home on the Ranch," coats.THE
6'4I reading, Mrs. E. L. Williams. NEWEST DESIGNSin .
I I Shorts Shirts
I importeIIjc
Paper: "The Home, read by lace flowers. Also filmy ones of
Mrs. Davis, who gave one of her J
) organdy-SEE THEM TODAY
FLOUR SIc definitions of the home as "the

$,,, 21 POUNDS abiding place of domestic affec- I New Deanna Durbin Sheers-Just arrived. Fresh, I 98c 25c each
k tion" and brought out the fact
crispy organdies
I that the home is a goal and an
f'i,' KAIwU
DRESSING 20c_ PEACHES 12YzcMILK I stated that happiness in the home Wedgewood Pattern Gowns-Let us help you with I MEN'S GOOD 'OR6SHOES
: depends on love-love of God, love
your summer -Snappy Sports for theJuniors. 'I
of husband, love of wife, and love ;jj i
ll's through 17'8i
; ''of children. Mrs. Davis mimed I
1' 5 several rules that should be observed i FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
____ TALL CAN C In making a happy home 49c, 79c, 89c, 98c
Member of the Flower Telegraph Delivery Association I
and concluded that all members of
} i At Your Service at All Times up to $1.98 pair
the family should be together at
Potted Meat, 2 for 5c Vienna I Sausage 5c least one hour of each day and i $1.49 to $1.98

vk' id that the home should be open to CLAR-JEAN SHOPPJE LADIES SILKHOSE
PORK Pound CHUCK Pound friends. _
Paper "Religion In the Home," I PHONE 97 OR 54 i

ftCHOPS IScSTEAK' 15c read by Mrs. J. T. Guy of Hampton jimmmiiiimimmiiiimmmmnimiiiimiiiiimiimiiiiimmiim'iiiuiiiii, "" ,, / lmmoouimumamnuummuanuiumummmnmmimnumanummnimA, SPORT MATCH
_ who forcibly brought out the -

,, ,, PINK Can iCIIAUMKK Can need for religion and stated that Full or Knee Length
the home is the basis of religion, SUITS
j reminding her listeners that it
was God's first institution. She 29c pair

pointed out that parents need to For Young Men
Ground Meat POUND ISc study the art of home making and I

stated that Christian living had a BRADFORD HARDWARE CO. .
great deal more influence on the Pretty Line of Spring and

_ I ; Meal, 10 Ibs. 17c |Grits, 10 lbs. 20c young people in the home than so Summer Patterns Good $2.98 suitMEN'S
h'' many exhortations. In conclu- I Quality 36 inches wide

( d sion she told of the unlimited influence -

"Building A Home," reading,

.' POUNDSPeanut "Coming Home" (WUlerby) and LACQUER THINNER

"Tiny Little Fingerprints" (SamH. yard
vocal selections, Mrs. LAPAGE'8 LIQUID GLUE
Quart Quart Sept) by FLOOR AND FURNITURE
+ R. J. Davis, with Mrs. E. M.
I_ JS Butter, 20c I I Apple Jelly 20c Davis accompanist. POLISH SIN 1 OIL MEN'S SUMMER

"Home Sweet Home," entire Black, Tan or White
BEST club, with Mrs. E. M. Davis at
the piano. S For 25o PANTSAssorted

: The musical program was ar-
ranged by Mrs. D. E. Knight, TURPENTINE Patterns i
chairman of music. ,
CORN AND WHEATSCRATCH 100 Pound.. During the social hour the host NEATS FOOT OIL, FLY 8WATI'ERSFURNACE 98c -'

ess committee, composed of Mrs.
Hogan Smith, Mrs. E. M. Davis, CEMENT -- BOY'S DRESSSHOES
Mrs. J. M. Darby, Mrs. E. J.
Dowling, Miss Ernestine Budding-
OLEO POUND tOe ton, Mrs. I.. A. Rennolds, Mrs. W. BULBS For Flashlight I
B. Mundy. and Mrs. E. K. Perry- I ALL, MAKES SEWING PANTS98c
man, served tempting refresh-
ments of sandwiches, mints, and MACHINE OIL MACIIINE NEEDLES

L NO. 2 CANS S For ice tea. Dainty bouquets of
J' CORNSTRING sweet peas added an attractive $1.98
w Green'sStore ( detail to the refreshments plates -
Mrs Sam Anderson assisted the

SPINACHCARROTS hostess committee In serving. Trade at Alexander's and Save

The Baptist W. M. S. will meet
: PEAS 2 5 Monday afternoon at 3:00: o'clockat Alexander & Cot:

LIMA BEANS the Church with the president J. B. CARLISLE
_ Cash & Carry \ Mrs. A. M. Darby, presiding. Owner:7

i ----r--- _-_- I Circle the No.program.One wfll have chargeof B. E. HATFIELD, Mgr. 1.

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attend! Homecoming Sunday i I II 111r1118Mr. I "I'nlrse Bald ,..rn"cR.'> hall) trixtci'tniMl > ------

at Clark's Chapel, the Middleton'a I TheLetter I' and Mrs. Son Kight. Law- ...ording.r to law (hi
property described therein will be ILi.
I Bits of I, old homestead, in Hortcnse Ga. i i ley. girl April 9. old to the highest bidder at the31.U1.t tl .
house door on the first Mon-
I :Mr. and Mrs. ThfoloreCrews., .: In the month of June I9.1W,
Mrs. G. L.. Fatten of Tallahassee 1 Lawtey boy, April 10. which.. !is the 6th day of June, .

Is the guest of her mother Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gorman, 1939.Hated-" this llth day of April.
IDeal Nev's'CONCERNING E. E. Canova. Mrs. Patten will Starke Fla. Starke boy 9. 1031.OKKlClAt.
be joined by Mr. Patten tomorrow. I April 7. 1U39\ ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Norman, Law- Clerk of Circuit Court of Dradford
I OUR PEOPLE BUSINESS AND I Gentlemen: I'' tey girl April 10. (County Florida. 4-14 61 6-12 Provides '

Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bishop Miss We are happy to announce that IN: (lltn'IT fOI'HT. IM At'Ii I) KOHIIUtllFOIIII CASH-In event of accident.
OF THE COUNTY ANT TOWN Mr. and Mr!*' J. M. Sullivan, ..
PROGRESS Harriet Bishop and Nina Bishop the Starke Townsend Club wenton COIINTV.) ..0.....".
CASH-la event of illacis.
Waldo, boy. March 26. Nl>TH'.J TO DEFENDANT
were visiting relatives in Green record at Its last meeting. W 1. HAM CASH-To hospital bill .
:Mr. and Mrs. Willie Earl Robinson pay *
Cove Springs Saturday afternoon. April 6, as standing pat for Dr. Brooker boy March 28. I'lalntlffTIUTH v.. CASH-To pay doctor billi. }

--'" Townsend, the National Headquarters HAM CASH Or
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Sur- : a monthly income
M. of Mrs. W. B. Mrs. Mr. and Mra. and the State Townsend organization DefendantIn > for lif retirement.
fr and Mrs. O. Copps Mundy J. B. Randolph Boree rency Brooker, girl March 28. The ISnme of the. State of Plor- at
ksonville spent Sunday here. Sapp, and Mrs. Mae Edwards and Mrs. Stanley Bennett of Jack- and no others. President : Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Alderman, Ida fireetlanriTO CASH-Or a monthly income
sonville Ogden was not present, beingin : HUTU HAl\(. whose residence -! tot your loved one la '
spent Tuesday In Jacksonville. were guests Easter Sun I
-- Hampton boy, April 20. I I. 604 I'ubllo Service Rattling
of i
and Mrs. A. E. Light- day of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Ben- the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Olen Living, A..h. ,'III,>, N. C. vent. pr.macaredeath. -
Rev You .
are hereby required to 81
w appear -
relatives innL Mrs. B. Rosenburg and nett and Stanley Bennett. Mrs. Mae Flfer, secy.- Staike, 10.
are visiting daughter, boy April to the bill of complaint filedherein You pay for Perfect Protection
Shirley, of New York are guestsof Treus., Starke Townsend Club. against you on or beforeMonday whether you own it or Dot-
June 6th 1939.
Mr. and Mrs. N. Sternberg.Mrs. Miss Gloria Johns of Jackson w %OTICM 4PPI.M-ATIOS KOII It ville spent the week-end here with Starke, Fla. TAX OICICI: order. be published In the Bradford DAYNOWnOW !
April 11, 1939 (Senate Pill N*. lea) County Telegraph, a newepaperpublished
butvisitor, E. S. Matthews, Mrs. H. B. I her grandparents. Mr and Mrs. NOTICE IS 1IERKDY OIVKN.: 1 In said Bradford County, ".\ C. WALL, Agency<<
T. Sirs: Florida. once, each week for fourconxefiitlve
J. Griffin, Mrs. Carrie That "
gy afternoon. McLendon and daughter, Jeanette, Ritch Kirby holder of 1-3 of weeks.
and Miss Annie I want to thank each and Tax Ortirirat No. limued the I Itrllnnce Life Insurance Company -
Darby. every JUt WITNESS hand and official
In my
spent Wednesday Jacksonville.Mr. .
I II 6th day of August, i). P19.. hull
!IaS Ruth Rowe was the lunch- one for their kindness to me since filed cams jn my office unit h". Deal tOFFlCIAl.this ISIh SEAL day of April, 1939. I of rittuburg;
) A. J. Thomas,
f guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Karl Floreus of I The Woman's Missionary Society the accident of my son. Chester.I be mud Issued Application' thereon.for a tax deed to Clerk. of Circuit Court ..

lr. Hill In Lawtey. Jacksonville spent Sunday here of the Methodist church will surely appreciate the thought- N"hl l l certificate embrace H the following 4-14 6t 6-U
meet Monday afternoon at three- fulness of the Boy Scouts and d..rlb.d property In the ,- -
with Mr. and Mrs. Herman I
Itisses Elizabeth Williams and Young. thirty o'clock at the church fora their leader, Mr. Robinson.! I County, to-wlt of :Uradford State o( FlorIda

fa Hutto spent Thursday aft- program and business meeting. think the Boy Scouts Is the finest I West Half of Southeast. Quarterof .
Jacksonville.eorge O. F. Hall of Arcadia was the organization I know of-vr boys. I Northwest Quarter of Section 14, -------------r
In I
n Townnhlp 6 South, Range 32 East,
guest of his brother
Sunday I
and I Mrs. W. M. Wdmberly and Sincerely, containing 20 acre more or I.....

Baisden of Jacksonvillethe Hall.sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. daughter, Freddie, Mrs. Sam And I Mrs. Volley McKlnney The under afmeimmrnt the said of certificate the Ha Id property IMHU-

week-end guest of his erson and Mrs. L,. H. Jennings I ed was In the name of C. L. Peek.

jer, Mrs. Letle Stilley. i Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Buford and spent last Thursday in Jackson I StarkeFla.. redeemed I'nlena said according certificate to law hall. the be Final) dividend of the BRADFORD COUNTY HANK '

ville. April 10 1939 property described therein' will be
G Duncan attended the daughter, Miss Gloria Buford, ( Gentlemen: void to the hlnheit bidder at the will be disbursed under date of r ;
spent Sunday in Jacksonville with court houxe door on the first Monday -
erlcan Legion convention in I Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and I wish to enter my protest right In the month of June, 1939, April lath 15th and 17th 1939
relatives. which IK the 6th
day June,
Lauderdale this week. daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie, now to the opening of school in Dated thin the 8th day of April,
attended Easter Services at the August. Of course, It doesn't 1939. (Friday Saturday and Monday) '
Sealey of Orlando was the Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Carlson and I Church of Good bad with (OFFICIAL BRAD A. J. Thomas,
r Shepherd In Jacksonville seem so right now, Clerk of Oln-ult Court of Kradford
son of Jacksonville were from II. C. Wall's Insurance Office
t Monday and Tuesday of Mr. guests Sunday morning. August so far away, but when the County Florida. 4-14 lit 6-ia
Easter Sunday of Dr. and Mrs. L.
Mrs. W B. Alexander. time rolls around It is going to
H. Jennings.Mr. !AOTIC'R' Ol" commencing" at 10 o'clock a. m. each morning
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hart and seem mighty bad to put our children TAX APIMIOTION DEED FOIL .t

Ifrs W T. Shiver of Jackson- and Mrs. J. L. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. North and back: in the school room in <'Senate> Bill No. IM)
was the guest Monday of Briggs and son, Buddy Davis, spent Sunday the hottest month of the year.I NOTIPFJ! is IIKTUOHY LIVEN
daughter, Betty, of Jacksonville That Mra. Katl Hell KKCKIVKRS CERTIFICATES MUST IIH SURRENDERED TO
in Wlmberley
R. B, Alvarez. Jacksonville. Daytona Beach
[ Mrs.
and ,
were guests Monday of Judge and know the Board is faced by a holder of H of Tax Certificate No.18j .

-- Mrs. A. Z. Adkins. and St. Augustine serious problem with so many A I).iMRiied IH'ia: linn the filed 7th name day of In August ray office RECEIVE DIVIDKND: WARRANTS II '+
r. and Mrs. F. W. Vainedoe of children dropping out to pick and linn made appllontlon fora
tko and Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. J. L. Peek Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mills and strawberries in the spring. ButI tax deed to be l issued thereon.

Icy and daughter, Myra Jean, West Palm Beach wall Saturday called be-to I, family of Green Cove Springswere hope they will find. some other lowing Said certificate described embrace property the In fol the

Jacksonville were guests Sun- cause of the illness of her mother '! guests Sunday of Mrs. E. M. way out. The root of the troubleto County ida to-wlt of Bradford Slate, of Flor After April 17th 19.19: mail receivers certificate to the

}of Mr\ '. and Mrs. W. P. Smith. Thomas and Mr and Mrs. A. J. me seems to go back to the Northeimt
E. P. Otwell. Quarter of Northoant
I P. O. Box 2020 Orlando Florida and
Wilkerson. consolidation of our country I no nothItnnge22 6 Liquidator warrant ;

Miss Carolyn Hutto of schools with our town schools and ?4U ncroM, more or I.1:..... & will be forwarded to you.
bin. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Joiner of trying to combine the interests of The aeeeement. of the italil property

Dublin, Ga., arrived yesterday fora our rural people and our town ender the Bald certificate IHHIIod .. .. .. .
.... .. .
days here with her parents Mr. I was In the name of Katella! Old- ------ -------- -- ->- ;
and Mrs. L. S. Hutto. visit here with their soninlawand people whose Interests are so -
I daughter, Mr. and :Mrs. I.. D. vastly different... -- -- -------------------

Judge and :Mrs. A. Z. Adkins I Vining. A Mother. Cooking i "

spent Saturday and Sunday In Mrs. W. J. Griffin and Owen I -- Mich.

Jacksonville with Judge Adkins' I. Griffin of St. Augustine Mrs. KINGSI..EV!\ LAIN BAPTIST OI L Tip Top Grocery Clover

slater, Mrs. Emma Carlton. Susie Griffin and Mr. and Mrs Services will be held at Kings-
Country ,y
) Gene Griffin of Jacksonville were ley Lake Baptist Church, Sunday Gal.I 70cPure ,

Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Sr., of Hawthorne guests Sunday of Mrs E. L. Biggs. morning April 16, at 11:00: o' AND MARKET Roll1'1cku&,8

spent the week-end here clock. The pastor the Rev. H. Butter

with her son and daughter-in-law, Leo Witkovski returned last M. Tillman, will deliver the ser- Lard

u exceed $114,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Kldd, Jr. week to Galveston, Texas after a mon. Everybody Is welcome. SPECIALS FRIDAY & SATURDAY round

ore than J-i66.000.OOO insurance I month's visit here with his father r J, L. Silcox, clerk. 1 Ib. lOc 25c ; "
14 & 15
In force Mrs. A. V. Long and Mrs. P. A. B. R. Witkovski, and his aunt, I. -.-- APRIL -
Canova of Gainesville were recent Mrs. E. S. Matthews. CIIDKCIIiOK C'llltlST

rger than 90 per cent of the 350 I guests of Mrs. S.O Urownlee and I Regular services of the Church Blue Rose Rice, 5 Ibs. 17c Home Grown Beans, 2 Ibs. 15cHershey's

American Life Iniurancecompanie Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brownlee.Mr. Mrs. R. H. Martiu and Dr. H.
of Christ will ba! held In the I
il. McLendon of Orlando Sugar 5 Ibs. 23c /
were Masonic Hull/ on Call fttrret as Iceberg Lettuce, each 7 *cAll
lijncc Life bu paid more than 123 and Mrs. L. C. Ray are in week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. .
follows Bible' at 10:30
: study : n. m..1 '
million dollars to policyholders Jacksonville spending awhile with E. S. Matthews and Mrs. McLen Beans; Pound 4'cMA.VWKLL -
and the Lord's
preaching Supperat
and beneficiaries since organiza- their eon and daughter-in-law the don. I Fresh Pineapples, each lOc
11 A of Jacksonville
11. m. liroilgcn/ -
tion in 1903. Rev. and Mrs. Laurie G. Ray. f IIOUMR( _'_ -- _
will have charge of the
VKOLI; Mrs. George Clialker of Mtddle- services. A special service will Tea 1-41b. 20c Glass Free Winesap Eating Apples, doz 23c
C. WALL, Agency Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Davis and burg and Mr. and Mrs. George
be held at 3:30: p. m., conductedby .
Wine I.I Co Insurance Com daughters, Ida Lulu and Marjorie Marks and daughter, Marjorie, of '
Thomas H Burton of Nashville Patna Rice 4% Ibs. 25c :
pany of ritt&burg will spend Sunday in Daytona DeLand were guests last weekendof Fancy Brookfield CHEESE, Ib. 17c
I Tenn. Mlllard Roberts of
Beach with Mrs. B. P. Smith I Mrs. A. M. Darby and Mrs. .. ....,. .-- -_-.-----.._ -_ -- -.-_ .. .-_-
_T.nUn..___ rrlfv_ la Alun.. "'xn. rtml nt thin,____ fUn .r..
--- ------- --
--_._._. ...n'w '_..''_.=_r..._ u _._._";;;':-.I C. W. Chalker. time. Mr.n"P.Drodgen will preach at I mI. .an Sweet Jrotatoes, lu IDS. IJC
1 Diamond Brand ._
-'--- -- ------'- --
7:30 Those who attend
m. I
A NAT SEZ: Mr. and Mrs. II A. Lawson and other p.churches are especially. Invited Roasting Peanuts, 2 Ibs.: 15c

Well, It looks like we're going to family and Mrs. Julia Eastman attended for the afternoon serviceUMITflDS Pineapple

fool around and Slave u strawberry the fortieth wedding anniversary ;

HcoHon. after nil. Kverjbody uuaxo of Mrs Lawson's parents, i .-.- ---,4QRE _' 1 0 5 Ibs. 22c h
blue for utvhlle that our theiuc Mr. and Mrs C' H Register, In I NO. 1 TALL CAN C 1
song was "Devp I'urplu", and I wan Lake Butler Sunday. Rich flavor Fruit

Just about convinced that we I

wouldn't pick three pints of her- Mrs. W. L. Wall has returned to I Cocktail = 10 Ibs. 39c

rk-s In the entire county. It Just her home here after spending several -

goes to show that you never can days in Jacksonville She _-f

tell ,,' ut's nround the corner. Just was accompanied home by A. E. Red Top Coffee, lb. 15c M

when you think you'll never see Wall, Jr., of Jacksonville, who SURE.FOR 20 Ib S. 74c

du]'light again, the nun comes spent the day here. Gold Top Coffee, lb. 18c ,,
bobbing through. I've never known{
It lall.Jh Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Quigley and '
SALE- .Improved
R. J. Gomes were guests Monday; I Mariglobe COUNTRY KIST JELL-O Best White
tomato plants 20c per 100, de :
night of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. F livered. D. W. Moore, Starke. Corn or Peas, 3 for 25c Freezmix B A CON -'
\) Tibbitts at Park-of-the-Palms. The
\\\S\\ occasion was the birthday anniversary New
n ALL BREAD 3 for 25c llc
." it'\ <,.- of Mr. Tibbitts WANTED TO BUY cows and Z FOR

U'"1S 11 pies en' hogs. Market prices paid on all 15c

G R keltltn9 ...\d Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Powell Jr., grades. J. D. ODOM, box 247, Miamisun No. 2 Can Best Smoked
c.tI\" tat ** and Mrs. James Shepard of Calla
.r Starke, Fla. 331lyr.pFOR
S' 0 \\ y ins han were guests Sunday of Mr. Tomatoes GRAPENUTFLAKES

to c.ksiU' g. \eO and Mrs. C. A. Knight, Mrs. Shep- SALE! Porto Rico potato POUND

N.W \ ard remained for a longer visit draws $1 per thousand. See Roy 15c

with Mr. and Mrs. Knight. Kalch, Hampton, Fla. 413 2t NO. 2 CAN PACKAQK I

Del Monte 5 lOc Fat Boiling ,
Mrs. Will Adam and Mr. and FOR SALE-Complete centrifugal C
,: They're lacy i Rallerlng t i Mrs. Ralph Adam, who spent the pump assembly with pulley. GrapefruitJUICE B A CON '

and SO practical th.s. Non- winter season in West Palm Beach, Almost new and In good condi PotashHITEST POUND

Run Chiffons by Holeproofl UH.rly were luncheon guests Tuesday of tion. See Mra. R. A. Thomas I 7 VicJewel ;
Mrs. L. W Klckllter, enroute to W. Lafayette Starke. Itp
/f new construction preventi poli.- LYE
their home fn Boston, Mass.
LOST-a small yellow and white Com.
destroying, ugly' leg runs... meant cow with swallow fok under TIP TOP MARKET CAN
l Mrs. Sallle Tison and Mrs. Flor- LARD
longer wear. Lovely 3-lhread chiffon bit in right ear, crop split Fy ,
rie Wills had as dinner guests POUND
sheer, alluringly f.mlnln4>. under cross nick in left ear. Rib Stew Ib.SWIFT'S 12Vc
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Orman Tag In ear numbered 268; also Fancy .
colon.NONRUN and children, Mrs. J. W. Moaeley. Old
In lha newest I bangs disease tag. If located
Mrs. C. W. Johnson and baby of notify J. D. Odom, box 247, DutchCLEANSER 14 I

\ Chiffonsby I two Gainesville sons ,of and Jacksonville.J. A. Moseley and Starke, Fla. Itp. Clover Sliced Bacon, lb. 25c I fb .4 I:V

FOR RENT-on May 1. furnished MornU' or Hwlft' Tenderized 21 FOR ., "

:PROOF. FOIl HICK STOMACHWill apartment. Private entranceand PICNIC HAMS lb. 21c I 15c !
OiL you come home late this bath, locked garage. Mrs. '

evening with a severe headacheand N. S22
T. Ritch Cherry St. Itp
completely upset digestion? Better Tub Sop I For GRITS

One's nervous system and STRAYED large brindle cow BUTTER Palmolive 19c 10 POUNDS

stomach are closely related, and with tipped horns, marked un-

$1.35 often-unusual tension and excIte- der-square upper bit In one ear, POUND The ICed Box for Dishes 21 For 20c

ment will tend to upset the diges crop split In other ear. Branded c I
Suds 17c
tlve "chemical-balance" and cause AT. Information as to where- Super MEAL if

CertHeJ br Good Wew.'........ stomach over-acidity. DON'T abouts will be appreciated. A. NECK GIANT SIZE: II For II POUNDS
Ouoflly Doubllf ENDURE THIS COMPLAINT J. Thomas, Starke. 4-14 2t
and !die Belief FobrM Teiima BufewiSTERNBERC'f ANY LONGER! BONES Octagon Soap 21c lOc
FOR RENT Poe unfurnished
apartment, and one furnished CONCENTRATED .
genuine lama-Rex at your community 8c
apartment. Mrs. Jennie Thorn- TIle Blue Box for CIon- 2 For Silver King
Rexall Drug Store and

neutralize the cause of your quest. ltp We Have ButterSuper Suds 17c F LOU R

troubled system quickly and FOR RENT Furnished hOuse,,
thoroughly. furnished apartment, unfurnished milk Fed GIANT SIZE 21 For 20 POUNDS

i Your Recall Drug Store 14 Carpenters house. Mrt. J. W, Morgan, RED FRYERS Octagon Powder 9c S5entv
> Drug Store 1 la-Stark Starke. It



SIX BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH lSTARftE FLO ______________________________________ FRIDAY. Ar thl
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In public assistance for the Ten families, of 25 <
tors, ninety-five representatives, aged, the blind, and dependent on the payroll in ii(1Ih *

an army of aspiring attaches, children during the month of total awn of $302 unacr! FJAid t
Tflntt BETTER PASTURES HELP regiments of lobbyists, flying March, according to figures from DROUGHT SLOWS UP CROPS READY FOR FAIR tdl h Dependent odyl
'. forth* mm1Ii FLORIDA DAIRYMEN AND squadrons of newspaper corres- the office of the State Welfare Moore Haven,-Growth of pasture DeLand-Florida will be readyso gram which did notet('hll, <1renlib.\ .

Household CATTLEMEN TO PROFIT pondents and two preachers, whose Board in Jacksonville. Cash grasses has been held back far as Its building is con- until late in ]938. Th under, wq
prayers for harmony and Intelligent benefits to the county from the and water supplies for cattle have cerned, Is ready now-for the grant per family was avenge
+ HOME SEWING HINTS Florida farmers who raise! beef deliberations sounded the three programs were at the rate been reducd by the long dry spellIn formal opening of the World's per child $12.08. $3020 ecp I

cattle or keep dairy cows know keynote of the opening ceremo- of $56,664.00 per year. Glades and Hendry counties.In Fair In New York, April 30, the It Is
Belcher estimated
By Clarine that cheap feeds and good animals nies, began Florida's biennial legislative During March 326 residents of a few areas cattle suffered 150th: anniversary of the inauguration in this that 142 ('htldr4

h Extension Clothing Specialist are their best hope for the battle here last week with Bradford County received one of from insufficient grass and water. of George Washington u the and it is county believed are eligible for +9

Clothing\ construction should be future. They are obtaining better thousands of taxpayers back home the three forms of public assist first president of the United these will be taken that moat It

adapted to behavior of the fabric. animals rapidly, and now are makIng hoping for the best but expectingthe ance. Aid to the Blind la paid to TRUCK ALL MARKETEDFort States, according to a statement July 1. carp o r br

Seam finishes of washable garments tremendous strides towards worst. needy sightless and near sIghtless Lauderdale, Marketingof made by E. W. Brown, vicepresident -

should be durable, flat, and obtaining shaper feedstuffs, most There wasn't anything particu- Old Age Assistance is paidto Broward County's vegetable and general manager of the .-- --

washable. For fabrics that are ly In the form of pasture. Clov- larly unusual about the conveningof those in need who have attained crop was recently completed. state's participation In the great BANDITS AT ITGA

t firmly woven, not quick to fray ers, which complete the cycle and the 1939 session. GovernorCone's the age of 65 years, and Aid Yields were short due to continued International exposition.PERSEVERANCE Coral Gables h.I
and non-transparent, plain seams give winter grazing when grassesare message lived up to ad- to Dependent Children to young'sterl dry weather but prices during the vaded the cashier's bandit, !,'
ample In width, pressed open and scarce, are being tested by vance expectations and the leaden under the age of 16 who are closing weeks. of the season were PAYS second floor of the office -n tbt
), pinked, are appropriate. To numerous farmers, many of the ers of both branches Issued their economically handicapped. good. Tallahassee-Persistence of one to -steal week-end city hall hen
make durable seams on fabrics with success. Grasses however, customary predictions that the legislator finally has won for the receipts of the
which ravel, \the edges should be are equally important and will boys would be able to get down to DOUBLE RUNMrs. State Capitol a passenger eleva- municipal bus line estimated u:

finished. Overcasting, hemmingand provide grazing for a longer per business with a minimum of delay W. A. Tyler, Cor. POTATO YIELDS HIGH tor. The man is R. Lucas Black between $400 and $600. pupllp
Ing pistols the
+ binding are satisfactory iod. and finish( the job within the con- Palatka-Harvest of early of Gainesville, who first aa the unmasked IIIJI
methods for finishing edges. Net potato plantings in the Federal Alachua member of the ordered the cashier, A B 01(4.
4it Research work and farmers'tests stitutional sixty days. Nevertheless Mrs. Lottie Griffls of Ralford County
choice for bind- Point section got under a eon, to the floor where
footing is a happy have demonstrated time after your commentator cannot visited Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Kerseyof way House of Representatives and lat- and they d
: ing seams, as it prevents fraying time that fertilization of pastures agree with the Pohyarma lads, this section Sunday. fortnight ago. Cold weather had er as the State senator for Ala- gaged him with adhenivetTand ,
without adding bulk.If produces more nutritious grasses who hope against hope that the little effect on yields, which are chua and Gilchrlst Counties kept walked out with s onsmoney b>>
Misses Rosie and Edith Mooreof
bags which
the seams are bias, a row of and better grazing. Nitrogen lathe dove of peace will flit nimbly from running relatively high with a low plugging session after session of had been w.
Heilbronn Springs were visiting lected from the
machine stitching placed on each element most needed, and applications rostrum to rostrum. Beneath the I their brother and sister-in-law percentage of No. 2's and 3's. the Legislature for such modern- short time earlier.IRRIGATION bus driven! ,

edge before overcasting will produce of nitrogen alone have paeans of brotherly love, which re- i Mr. and Mrs. C M. Moore, here ization of the building.
secure scams and aid garments given remarkable and profitable sounded from the vaulted domesof Monday LAKE'S MELONS FLOURISH .--

In keeping their shape. Occasionally Increases !In growth. Phosphateand both chambers, we detect one or : Tavarea,-Lake County's 3,500- LOOKS FOR PRICE BOOST SAVES
t the French seam Is lime, and even potash, have two sour notes as if one of the Gilbert Brown, son of Mr. and acre watermelon crop is in fine Jacksonville-Harley Langdale, GROVtS;
t selected for sheer fabrics because paid at times, but only when usedin bull fiddle players over in a cornet Mrs. O. L. Brown of this section, shape, January plantings having president of the American Turpentine Arcadia Extensive Irrigate
and Grace Glover, daughter of Mr. systems and artesian
q M good outside appearance results, connection with nitrogen. The had gone to rehearsal without come through In most sections of Farmers Association cooperative wells hi*
Elbert Glover of Starke, were proven a life-saver for
Although French seams should be accepted plan of applying nitrogen his music. the county without cold damage. expects a boost in turpentine DeSoU
.avoided in seetlng in the sleeve. seems to be to mix cottonseed If you listened attentively to quietly married Saturday after- Some growers are ready to prune and rosin prices to grow County citrus during the pros q.
noon. They will be at home to ed drought, which has
Hems, when put In by hand meal and a quick-acting nitrate the talk around the corridors and friends in their crops. Things look good for ers "before the year Is out" as a broken hardly bw
this section who will yet. Growers
add to the appearance of a g'ar-I fertilizer such as nitrate of sodaor in the hotel lobbies, you would wish them much happiness. production and quality and grow- result of President Roosevelt's approval were not equipped with whose !lamb
; G tment. The finish at the top of sulfate of ammonia in equal i have heard murmurs of revolt and ers are hoping for the market. of an $18,000,000 loan to facilities have Irrlgatta
b the hem and the fabric determine amounts and apply them to the whisperings of guerrilla warfare BETHELMrs. -0- naval stores producers. "There busy i InstallIng -
the type of stitch to use. When pasture. that may break out before the Susie' Glisson, Cor. TAO____ _SAf.l.'Si._____: _IlltlRAK____.___ IHU"ORn_n._!____ may be a drop temporarily," he .*.".*_*"""1.*.' e.ww.......for...,._....B.several, .VUV.,,, '_weeks.ft'_"_' Vq,
the top Is hemmed, the slip or Thousands upon thousands of new members have located their Tallahassee-Setting a new said as they may be considerable MlOltilleQ IUD-
highin irrigation facilities
blind stitch should be used and committee Most Mrs Elbert Bowers has returned selling within the next few last year arc
acres In Florida have been clear- rooms. of the the sale of state licenses Issued the
when finished with binding, the ed of undergrowth In recent yearsto rebellion rumors emanate from the to her home after being in St.Vincent's for motor vehicles the number weeks. "Naval stores is a seasonal in seeing the wisdom of their wort
crops they
catch stitch is best. Hospital in Jacksonvillefor business und 65 cent of the are har.
little per
give the grasses a chance to county contingent and the sold In 1938 were 3,136 in excessof vesting while those whose
several weeks.
; The popular slide fasteners are grow, and sometimes more desirable reason, obviously, is that race- those sold during 1937, with crop is brought in during four were not equipped
,t practical as well as decorative. grasses have been set on the track revenue suit down In Dade D. D. Woodward and children. additional revenue amounting to months," he said.CITRUS small yields. are obtataljj

41 '' Various types, lengths, and colors cleared land. Mowing machines county, which the big county boys Ira Alen and J. M. Allen, all of $251,633.71.: A total of 492,390 .
)' are obtainable to serve all pur- used to keep the weeds from I describe as "most unfortunate" Starke, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert licenses were sold in 1938, bring- EXPORTS UP

b't t poses. crowding out grasses have proven In spite of all the oil the big Glisson and children of Bethel ing the state a revenue of $6,109- Lakeland Exportation of DRINK MORE
s The new lastex thread will be their worth wherever tried. Some counties are pouring on the stormy were guests Sunday in Jacksonville 395.47.: I oranges from the United Statesto

Ya put to many uses by the alert cattlemen report that they are waters, however, the attack upon of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gran- foreign countries in 1938 was MILK
dressmaker It may be used by able to graze twice as many cows the racetrack law has played hob then. nearly four times as great as in
t, hand or machine. for shirring, on an area simply by keeping the with hopes for harmony and Children of this section enjoyeda FIRES DESTROY TOMATOES: 1937, according to a report just I
1' big Easter bunt at the Hollywood-Destruction of 80 issued by the foodstuffs divisionof
pseudo-smocklng, mending, and pasture mowed. county blocs were formed a week egg
Bethel Church Sunday afternoon. acres of tomatoes was reported as the bureau of foreign and domestic tt
where fullness and snugness are Some pastures have been planted before the session opened.
Refreshments the first damage In cultivated commerce in
; were enjoyed Washington.
desired at the same time. on dry sandy lands and have -
failed. back i the eggs were found. areas to be caused by Everglades Grapefruit also showed a healthy
If these suggestions followed Cattlemen who do not already Getting to the humdrum
are muck fires. The field was des- increase, but did not equal the almost -
know events of
the home dressmaker it are learning that a routine opening how-I And Drink
may expect -
greater satisfaction from her nroist lands are desirable for pas- ever, the theme song is the same the early play away from the Sen- troyed in the path of a fire cov- phenomenal gain shown by
r-efforts. ture and are choosing accordingly old melody set to a brand new ate because Speaker Wood's pre- ering 1200 acres, most serious oranges last year. Exports of The Best

Clovers in winter and nutritious lyric. Every two years, somehowor session committees have gatheredall since rain last week halted wide- oranges In 1938 totaled 8,069,412 FROM

3 TRAIN SCHEDULE grasses in summer give a pasture other, the state needs more sorts of data pertaining to spread smolderings. It was boxes, compared with 2,476,865

Schedule of trains arriving here combination that results in cheaper 'money and this year 1s a record nearly everything except how to brought under control after sparks .' boxes in 1937 and 4,241,281 boxesin PETERSON'SDAIRY
4 daily Subject to change without feeds and consequently more breaker because everybody up cure week-end halitosis. Conse- had caused numerous grass fires. 1936. Grapefruit exports jumped

notice profits. Where formrly it required here Is broke, except the state quently, you may find the session from 670,154 boxes in 1937 to

SouthbouLd-Due Starke 20 acres to graze one range librarian. Schools busted; general settling down to the House pass- CELERY SITUATION BETTER. 1,142,697 boxes in 1938.

S i No. 1-Local. .___._ 11.23: p. m. cow, better grasaes now carry revenue wallowing in the red; ing the bills and the Senate Sarasota-Growers are feeling
No. 181-Throueh____ 10.29 p. m. from two to twenty times that prisons and hospitals filled to over- amending 'em-and many a bill much better about the celery situ- INSURE WITH
No. 107-Through____ 8.37 a. m. number on an equal acreage flowing and no money to build ad- will wind up In conference. ation at this' time. Yields have
Northbound-Due Starke ditions. Apparently, the only been fine and prices have been JOHNS & WAINWRIGHT I

44 No 2-Local_.____. 5.28 a. m. WILT DISEASES: MAY KILL loose money lying around the dig- As these lines are written, the satisfactory during the past few
No. 108-Through---- 5.41 p. m. ALL NATIVE PERSIMMONS gins has been earmarked for the attache situation remains a moot weeks and continuation of high FIRE LIFE AUTO. LIABILITY BONDS ,

t Starke and Bell Branch bondholders with the result that question. There was a trend towards production and satisfactory pricesare Phone 13
I No. 101 leaves Starke 7:00: a. m. Persimmon wilt is spreadingover I some of the legislators are wond- economy at the outset. But anticipated for several more n STARKE, FLORIDA

Itl No. 102 arrives Starke 1:60:: p. m. the Southeastern states with ering If it Isn't more Importantto we've never seen so many good- weeks. Favorable growing conditions -

s (Daily except Sunday's) a rapidity that U. S. Departmentof keep the schools open than to looking widows out of work! So it abundant irrigation water

_ T. J GRIFFIN, Agent Agriculture workers term "ex- meet Interest. So we noticed a [is our guess that the legislature's from artesian wells and canals, BOREE FUNERAL HOMEFull

plosive." This fungus disease, dis- group of bond house lobbyists sitting payroll will be about the same as the fact that celery grown on the
i covered and Identified only two in a hotel lobby surroundedby two years ago. However, the percentage muck soils of this section will line of Caskets & Undertakers Supplies

f.R years ago, kills with great rapid- two nerve specialists and six of stenographers able to stand higher temperatures than AMBULANCE DAY AND NIGHT SERVIOE
RUBB ity a native American tree that trained nurses 1 take dictation faster than four that grown on sand and a fair 53 PHONE-3
t has a high value. Fruit of the words a minute may be considerably demand are cited as reasons for G. II. BENNETT Mgr.
persimmon tree furnishes winter There will bo some sort of sales higher. Efficiency marches improvement of the celery situa- "A HOME-LIKE INSTITUTION"
t\ food for wildfllfe. Golf club heads tax passed at this session. Paste ''onl! tion.
and shuttle blocks for use in this prediction in your hatband. It I --

woolen mills are made from its may hit only cigarettes and cigarsor
r wood. The Soil Conservation it may go the whole hog and

; B Service rates it highly In controlling cover everything from safety pins. <'
r soil erosion, because of its to sedans. But we found a form- s'l
versatility as to soil and moisture idable bloc in both the House and :efit'
P. A j ea conditions. It'seems to grow well Senate leaning towards some sort

on.. both dry and wet, rich and of sales tax and most of the mem-
_ poor soils.A bers think the schools and the old

year ago the Federal Bureauof folks should get the revenue.
Plant Industry believed serious '> Y .

infection was limited to an area Another safe prediction In our .f .. N.
TIME SAVERS southeast of Nashville, Tenn. opinion. Is the passage of bills that

Ir MONEY SAVERS Since then they have found such will hit the salary buyers and
loan sharks a Tony Galento left .
Every Business Needs Them Infection in western and northern
t,1 Florida and in parts of Mississippi to the button. The salary-buying
,_ BUY FROMBradford and Alabama with the most "Industry" has waxed fat at the

w rapid spread in 1938 in Georgiaand expense of the poor devil who
F County South Carolina. can't get a dime at the bank but .,t. k r
How and when persimmon wilt must keep a roof over his head

Telegraph was introduced into this country, and clothes on his back.
Federal Many legislators, after reading r. ,
rl STARKE FLORIDABUSINESS pathologists do not know.
The symptoms-wilting and dis- recent reports on the actual work- 4 a 1
coloration of the leaves and ings of the small loan companies,

brownish-black streaks In the with interest running as high as 1 v
_-J wood-are simlllar to those of 300 percent a year, believe these
: ; [:1J 1 Dutch elm disease. firms should not be entitled to

11 Federal pathologist hope that charge more than the legal In-
_ J DIRECTORY one or more resistant American trest rate and, if this knot Is tied

persimmon trees may be discovered in the tail of the loan shark tiger, I
and propagated. the "business" will be ended for,
.f yiMlall
all time In Florida. ,fl \

BUS SCHEDULE Organized labor is here In force ;v \j4

The drink North Bound and the main issue ia the wage- -- "
hour question plus legislation 'i '.. .
T that Leave Starke: 2:45: : a. m., 12:35: i that would give a carpenter the t
p. m., 1:50:: p. m., 3 p. m.., 6:15: right to collect his bill. The state y. I
everybodyknows p. m., 10:15: p. m.Souda ,
r I federation under the leadershipof

gi Bound President Charles SIlva, has

1 Leave Starke: 2:20: a. m., 10:20a. worked out a comprehensive pro-
m., 2:20: p. m., 8:20: p. m. gram and Indications point to en- / '' "It sure is
; 5ctI West Bound to TallaluuMc actment of moat of the federa / bt

I Leave Starke: 5:50: p. m. arrive tion's measures. -- I the pause that ,
_ Starke 12:35: p. m.NOTICB. refreshes"When Y.
COCA-COLA DOT. CO. Thanks to Burton H. Schoepfs

brand new bus transportation you're
WE ARE Board By. the of power vested In them the system, expected: to begin opera- I working hard, here's a tip. Just ,x

i PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS Bradford County Public Florida Instruction, hereby of tions shortly, it will 1&& easy to get tip up a frosty bottle of Ice-cold Coca-Cola
calls an election to be held In Graham anywhere in town in a hurry. The to
Dlmrlct No. It of Bradford a your lips and
bus the
County, Florida, on Tuesday, April drivers. It Is reported, have enjoy pause that refreshes.
CARPENTER'SThe *S,. 1139 at Riley W.. bed for the you back on the
purpose of electing structions in 1s job refreshed.RtUA
Rexall Store three trustee. and thing the mlll- how to guide the .
age for the ensuing two year.. I nocturnal wanderer's footsteps In
I- I For the purpo. of holding; said the
PLUMBINGPrompt election proper paths. All Tallahassee
the following are appoint -
Service at ed as manaxera: J. A. J. McKlnney, needs now Is an up-to-date STARKE COCA COLA
Reasonable Prices and Frank John Abernathy aurrenc, II. D. Wasdln. escort service.As BOTTLING CO.rAGE

Let Me Estimate Your Job ford Board of Public Instruction Brad .
County. Florida. By A. J reported in this I
C. M. RITCH Orlffls. County Superintendent and column recently
I Secretary. t-II 4t .... the House .U taking all '


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U. 1939 ,

__ _. _. _.. ..BRADFORD oororrr. TELEGRAPH STAJUOS. FLORIDA ui'
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rflO:8;: Speech Before Legislature ---'---- -- -.- PAGE SEVEN j
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lf S HIGHER TAX ON RACING SCOUT BOY BOB Comments JONES On Here : :nUt'clt} -_ 7cj -. .-. !:.

peech at the opening Florida will not have to pay any NEWS '
IB Ion u, Tallahassee last a week with.of the" expense in connection there And Hereafter .
advocated pro-
; i one I
r 1111 he said the 1939 For the first time, he asked II .
which Troop
70 ,
Boy Scouts of "A wicked and adulterous I
Fior- that Independent boards and gene- ---
could balance commission America
Mature continued in their enthusiastic B.\l'TlST I,
general new which collect their ration seeketh after a sign." Do METHODIST PRESBYTERIAN EPISCOPAL ChRISTIAN
budget with no own way to carry on the workof I Rev, A. B.Paitor. Llehtfoot Her Frank I
I' time fees and spend their own not these Robinson Supplied by Rev. Fred Terkee. Jr. I Rev W. T. McOulre
and at the same pro- money the Troop, and to develop one pass over words of our Pastor I Rer. Dr. Rios and Rector Factor
XCI for old age pen- be required to operate on two- Lord A. ;J Thomas, Supt. 11::. K. I>errym.n. Rev Dr. Adam
more money of the best! Scout Troops In this too lightly. God meant for Sunday School G., School Supt. Sunday School Supt.
de thirds of what they receive and % Superintendent Organ Mies Ella J. 8.... Mr*. Ira Wilson.
Sunday School
Area. A large class of us to trust Him of Church Bcliool .
the We
boys are 14... Organ it
us supposed -I *::45 A. !M. E. M. Davis Sunday: School
his cam- give the other third to general will be Church School Mr*. James Carlisle 1* o'clockWor.hlp ,
\\f repeated to
Governor meet the mem to walk by faith and not by Morning-"rvle. 10 A. M. Church School Hupt. Service t
costs of government. He 8.rvte.Every
did .
not 11 M.
and the recommenda-:: bers of the Troop Committee next A. Morning Worship' Roy kfatheweChurch
pledge estimate what this sight. Jesus said Me would BaptUt Tralnlnc Sunday School Sad SundayII
igll would producefor come Service, 11 A. M. School
years ago, Tuesday night for the o'clock a. m.
made two monthly t'nlon, 7:00 P. M. Evening Worship 1* A. If.Morning 10 A. hi.Sunday.
a ne "I trust tbeglslature the State. Court back again some day. His word Evening; Service, << ._ 8-00: o'clock p. m.
following words: of Review. Several boys $ r"l'e. .'00 I'. M. WorshIp 11 A. M. Prayer MeetingWednesday
t will adjourn without The message! strongly emphasized -! are ready for Advancement' in should be all that we need. He Prayer 11:00: P.Meeting-M. League Young Pecrple'e 11 A. M. Friday. 1:00: P. M. Night '

deing any more taxes on the the Governor's intention to rank and several will be preparedto did not tell us the time of His Wednesday PlitniitMrs. 1.00: I'.M. 7:00: .Meetings.. b(. Holy Days..lo A. M. 1.00: o'clock

ople of this State keep after his search for untaxed pass their final tests in num- coming. He did say that when !Mona Canova Wednenday Prayer Meeting 1.00: I'.M RON. AXXIANCn
read to the Leg- Intangibles and his belief the pres- erous merit badges at this! time. Choir Director MISSION HALL President ,
was Mr.. F. II. Long, GOSPEL TAB.Sponnored .
iTbe speeCh certain signs appear we may John H. Pow.UCh.lrman Tb. Rev. Frank:
ent $800,000 from this Those in Organist
Attorney General source can advancing rank will be and Choir Sponsors: Robinson
alure by Gibbs because be increased to "at least $1,250- entitled to appear before the know that His coming draweth I Board of Deacons Director Mr. and Mra. Mr. and Mr by. Vic President '

tine.orge Illness Couper of last summer left 000 or $1,500,000." Monthly Court of Honor In Jacksonville nigh. There Is no objection to J. Chairman F. Klckllter Mr.Asalatant. E. K. Ferryman Organist J. T. Qulgley I J. T. Qulgley Tb. ShepherdSecretaryTreaaure Rev. Leslie

U weak to face the elabor- He recommended that this two- |: the latter part of this Christians making an occasional Board of Trustee. T. T. Long, Aimtatant Bible Study, each
toO ceremony. mil) levy' be increased to four month. L. Q. Powell Choir Director TilKmtay evening 1:00 I I day cvrnliif.. ..._ M.oo 'The__n _It.v.._ _Fred_ YarkM_ ,.
opening survey to see If there are and
e I mills and added: | Much Interest' and evidence of
The Governor State's proposed revenue' "Practically all these Intangibletaxes careful work was demonstratedlast any signs of Ills near coming. If Inspiring ServiceAt fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo day evening service will also beheld

ortage in the Increased tax on I are collected from people Monday night at the regular He had told us just what day lie Methodist Struth. Sonny Haynea was received -I at 8 o'clock.
met by on intan- who live beyond the confines of weekly meeting. Members of the would be back, then should we into the membership of I Next Wednesday the Rev. Dr.

ing a higher levy and I I'elry. Florida but who take advantageof Bat patrol. under the leadershipof look for signs we would demon- the Church on profession of faith. J. H. Daniel Presiding Elder for

bles such as stocks collection bonds of our liberal laws and become Sonny Haynes prepared a glass strate that at least we had a ques- Easter Sunday climaxed a week The service was closed with a the Jacksonville District, will con .,

and stricter tax citizens of this State for the purpose case containing a large collectionof tion about the truthfulness of His of religious services at the First postlude on the organ and to duct the worship service and will ,

e money due from existing of poisonous plants found in this Word. When God speaks deft- Methodist Church. The morning this was added the Chimes as anniilinntI hold the fourth, and final, Qusrthat -

urces. I., evading higher taxes on worship was opened by the Chimes _!_ _._.__. _not___. ftt__ 1.\r .tn.* IK.. '._1.. ."..'__#._.__. _# ,..._ .,_.__ ...... ,
> their incomes as levied in their vicinity. Dr. M. B. Herlong nitely about any matter, we are n --oT .g I ""nJ" .vn.&c.r.vv u. 'U'D jv.
AS promised he refused to go former' homes." Chairman of the Troop Committeewill to believe what He says. We are from the tower, operated by A. W. Easter occasion that was being time. A cordial Invitationto

with other cabinet members I present this Patrol not to Anderson Jr. and was blendedin celebrated. the people of our community
ong The Governor urged cooperation with a spend our time looking with _
i the budget commission whod with the New Deal program suitable award at the next regu- about us to see If there Is any the opening prelude on The evening service was one to be with us at that time is ex: _ _

asked Increases aggregatingore of President Roosevelt "f o r lar meeting of the Troop.In sign that He is going to do what the organ the by Mrs. F. H. Long. The composed of congregational singIng tended. Reports will be heard _________

than $1,000,000 a year for humanitarian purposes as the regular line of work the He said He would do. pastor, Rev Frank Robinson, and organ music, chimes. anthems from officers of the Church __________
jor departments and instltu- of many Wolf Patrol led by Leonard Smith used as his subject "Jesus and by the Church Choir, and I School, the Church and the Pastor -
I our under-privileged would "Heaven and earth shall pass : Life" and was further assisted by _________
)0I. have suffered hardships had It not completed a glass case containing away, but My words shall not the Choir rendering two beautiful special musical selections by the concerning the total year'8work _ _
Instead. he recommended that been for the aid granted throughour common leaves found nearby. The pass away." Jesus promised to be anthems in Young People's Division. This at this time The Annual _ _
a magnificent
i Mohican manner Inspiring service of In Conference for the Church will be _
lia Legislature provide no more National Government." Patrol Scout Mike Dew with us who are saved until the the worship
During service the
oney than was voted in the 1937 patrol leader, completed a Knot end of the age. If we are trustIng touching of the Church song and instrumental music was held In Tampa on June 8th-12th.: _ _
bill. board. attractively showing ceremony a presentation by Mrs. Long. Dur. -. .
neral appropriations manyof Him as our Savior and have was used In the baptism of the In-
Renews Requeats. the knots used In the Scout surrendered' to Him as Lord, 'we ing the service the Young People Baptist Women

The Governor renewed many re- GUM BRANCHAnnie work. The First Aid display in should not be wondering If lie Is i sang "The Cross of Jesus Christ" Attend Meet ______
eats made to his first session Mae Harnagc, Cor. preparation by the Panther Patrol near us. "I can't feel Him near would see Jesus." He went home and "Now the Day Is Over." The ______
Arch Thomas Jr. and prayed over the matter. saw Church Choir "The Triumph
,' ago, Including recom- patrol leader, me a broken-hearted woman sang At least three carloads of
0 years Mr. and Mrs. B. M. McRae and will be presented to the public at said one time. "Are where his lack was and the following Song" and "When the Easter Lll- ,
endations -- you trusting >Starke Baptist women are planning -
children of Pine Level were visit- the same time as these other displays Him as Savior and Sunday morning he preach. lies Bloom," and a male trio composed -
your have you to attend the Annual meetingof .
The members practice econo- ing J. A. Harnage and family are shown. fully surrendered to Him an your ed a real sermon with Christ as of T. T. Long, Sanford the Jacksonville Division of
y. Saturday night. At the the central theme. That night he Ritch and Jim Ritch "In the
meeting Monday night Lord, I sang
Inquired. "I know He la W. M. U. when it meets today at '
]2 Florida cities be given sometip Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Sapp and George Powell was presented with my Savior. I have accepted Him found another note on the desk Garden." the Main Street Baptist church '

particularly for repair ofIreets family were dinner guests Sundayof his Tenderfoot registration card and am trusting Him. If I know with these words, "Then were the During the morning service.. the in Jacksonville. Outstanding _

from taxes now collected Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Reddish. by the Senior Patrol Leader Enos my heart I have surrendered my dtsciplfs LoI'd." glad when they saw (the i pastor announced that the chimes speakers are on the annual pro- .

i automobiles. John Prevatt of Lawtey spent Hayes and with his Tenderfoot all to Him." she answered.--<<- -. "Th---.-.-n. would be a regular feature on irrnm_.n.__. _And___ ttiA n.. ..vnt. ___ I_I._ riialnir__ "_ an-___
J 3. Higher salaries be voted elec- the week-end here with Mr. and badge by Frank Robinson, III. why worry about not feeling His TAUKKNA4-- euch Sunday morning as a 19 tlcipated with great' delight.g

Ive officials, which would In- Mrs. A. D. Norman. Junior Assistant Scoutmaster. presence? If He is as good as Last : minute concert, from 10:43: : until Monday afternoon April 17th
Friday night the
lude the Governor himself, cabi- Miss Annie Mae Harnage and Almeron Lee, having satisfac- His Word, He is with you. He local team regular 11 o'clock. The Church having the secretary of the local W. W.,

It I; members, justices judges and Manuel demons attended the torily been recommended, was did not say "If you feel Me I am of the gospel at the was Tabernacle.Mr. in charge. bought some of the equipment U., Mrs. J. II Lord, announcesthe

Jthers. Easter Egg hunt at the home of assigned to the class for study with you." He said "Lo, I am Gomes program spoke the necessary to make this added attraction regular Monthly Royal serv-
| 4. A strict green fruit law be Miss Hazel Clemons Sunday after- during the next two weeks to pre- with you always." Maybe He does : "What The Resurrection Guarantees subject- and A. W. Anderson Jr.. ice Program and business meet-

ssed for the citrus Industry. pare himself for the examinationIn not let you feel His presence because to the World." to furnish each week other equipment Ing. The meeting will be at the

j :5 I Child labor amendment to the noon.Miss Leila Harnage spent Sun- attaining the rank of Tender He wants you to believe and his services. The.. purchase church at the hour of three. The

federal Constitution be adopted. day in Lake City with Mr. and foot.An Him. feeling or no feeling<< ," I told Next Friday night another<< of of the equipment wan undertaken circle led by Mrs. L. G. Powell
Mrs. J. D. Dobbs Jr. inter-patrol athletic event la her. There is nothing that delights the regular weekly services will be and sponsored by the Co- will have charge of the programfor

6. Adequate highway laws beBussed Charney'Yarbough of Woodlawnwas scheduled for tonight (Friday) by the heart of our Lord so held in the Tabernacle Kd Class, Mrs. D. P. Carpenter.teacher the afternoon.On .

including strict drunken visiting relatives here Sun- the boys of the Troop under the much as to have us trust Him There hits been Inuuguratd a and contributions for this next Sunday morning, the

grlvlng regulations. leadership of the Scoutmaster. when It Is too dark for us to see, regular Sunday evening service equipment may be made to any pastor announces the following a*

7. Alligators be protected and day.Mr.. and Mrs. Dave Clemons and Scouts Enos Hayes and Frank u nd when we do not seem to be also. It Is to be hoped that people member of this clusH. his subject, "After Raster: What

Bunting be allowed only on three family attended the Easter Egg Robinson, III., will supervise this able to feel. will attend their own churches Services will be conducted next Next?" Services begin In the

.consecutlve days weekly. I. hunt at the home of Mr. and Mrs. event' with the assistance of some but those who have no regular Sunday morning at the usual hour I morning at 11 o'clock and In the

8. Criminal procedure be slm- Edd Clemons Sunday afternoon.W. of the other boys. The event will church affiliation are invited to by lhe pastor The evening Htr- evening at eight for the summer.
take place In the Park located attend. There are at least 1,000 vice hour will be changed from .
ifled in some manner such as J. Carter was visiting B. E. City God told the devil that he could --
Church people In Starke who do not attend 7:30: to 8:00: o'clock for the
e State Bar suggested. Rosier of Evergreen Sunday. on Street near Alligator do anything he wished to do to summer I'KKSHVTKUIAN CHURCH
: Canal. Games will be play- church services anywhere. months beginning for the The April Communion Service
9. A $3 auto license tag be pro- Miss Melba Clemons of Jackson- Job except to take his life. The
ed and after these All who are trying to win the lost Sunday evening 'vices the be .
and other HPI << on wit observed at the PresbyterIan
tied for all week-end here with
pleasure cars. ville spent the devil took his money and Job told
events the boys will gather arounda should be concerned over this sit loth. Young People's League<< Church Sunday morning at
her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. I God "I am for He
took his
10 State-owned taken for you.
lands. ,. camp flie to enjoy a weiner uation and pray that God will Meetings will be changed<< from 11 o'clock Sunday School will be
I Clemons. loved ones and left
ixation be opened to homestead- roast. with a save those who are not yet auved. 6:30: until 7 o'clock. The Wednes- I conducted at 10 o'clock.
g. i Mrs. Lonzy Norman and little broken heart and Job said to God,,
daughter of Miami are spending a With the coming of spring and "I'm still for You." He broughthim ..
11 New primary laws to pre- the closing of school the boys of .
while here with relatives.Mr. low with sore affliction and
are planning make the
and Mrs. Clemons and
Roy bodily suffering but Job said.
most of the outdoor
daughter. Betty Jean. attended the activities "I'm still for You." His friends 1.r
12. More certain be that are offered to Scouts. Not- I
revenues Easter Egg hunt at the home of tried to argue him out of his faith,
Irovided for the schools. I Mr. and Mrs. Edd Clemons Sun- able among these summer activi- but while they argued he looked LEADERSHIP IN VALUE
13. Distillate, used as a substl- ties will be athletic events local toward heaven \
day afternoon. << and said to God
Ite for gasoline, be taxed equally I Mrs. L. C. Conner of Rising was camps, regional camp activities at "I'm still for You." His wife looked

Ith gasoline. | visiting her parents, Mr. and I Camp Echockotee, and an antici- at him and said In substance, BRINGS&MDEWHIP IN SALES
14. The pated trip to thh Worlds Fair in r'f
Legislature study "I wouldn't 1'
whethi j I W. C. demons Sunday Mrs./ take It. Curse! Cod
to tax / New York by some members
salaries of
governmental "
j and die. But Job
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond said to God, :. ; ",
)p reltly! authorized by a recent I of Palatka spent the the Troop. I "I'm Still for You." Job. nn.alhlw .r.Ji.: L .

S. Supreme Court opinion. here with Mrs. Waters parents, Any boy wishing to join the understanding the te tG d--

Much of the address was devot- Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Norman. Troop and profit by these summer making and probably knowing I .
<1 to outdoor activities are '
taxation. encouragedto
Mrs. Rosa Stanley and daugh- that God had said to the devil
The Governor asked that the ters, Joyce and Blanche, of Starke make their applications for "You can do anything except take

resent $3.400.000 for old age spent the week-end here with Mr. i membership immediately as the his life," looked up at God and

unions be boosted to $4,000,000 and Mrs. W. C. Clemons. I Troop will have room for only a said. "It Is all right with me to I

year and that $400,000 be added few more boys under the present carry the test further if you wish

w' care of the needy blind and .. set-up. Scouting Is Interested In -though you slay me, yet will I 1..

100,000 for dependent children.In the welfare and development of trust you." Faith In the saving I

his next sentence he proposed PINE LEVEL the boy and Is anxious to be of and keeping power of God, Job

'at this extra $800.000 be pro- Mrs. II. M. Mcllae, CorrespondentElder << the greatest possible service to proved, can be matched against i

1ieii( by strengthening the en- him. Encourage your boy to be- any emergency which the devil I
E. L. Gtlenllne come a Scout and thus render :
'rcement of liquor taxes which and Mrs. him can create. I

re for the Welfare Department. I of Pensacola held services at Pine a most worthwhile service. LET'S -- --.A

Ie speclflclally asked that State. Level Church Monday and Tuesday BOOST SCOUTING. I MISSION HALL ANDTAIII'RNACLE I
'''lie and -- --- --.
Federal, officers be given night. preaching :

uthorlty to confiscate automo- song service was enjoyed by all. I HAMPTON !

lies and other property used In Mrs. J. A. Hall Mrs. C. B'I j MIsS. Ada JVIinnio, CorrespondentMrs. << Last Tuesday night the service .
( .
'egging.' Emery, Mrs. R. L. Parnaby and I at the Mission\ Hall was conduct. xciiv, rririetiB INK

On racing, he suggested that were recent guests of Mr. and who died of a complication of I of the regular attendants were MX 5 M IMIlii fdrlNW .-. ..v
styling -first In acceleration first In hill- ..
[he> present three per cent tax Mrs. J. R. Hall. diseases lust week<< at the age of absent because of Illness and it Is -". a

he 67 counties be increased to ing relatives at Brooker Sunday. ferer. She accepted Christ as her them to health. Attractive '

Jve per cent. proceeds from the Harley Newman of Gum Branch Savior and united with the Metho- bouquets adorned the Hull and Again the people of the nation are awarding Chev- fil*
I'tra two per cent-estimated to Is visiting his grandparents. Mr. dist Church In early childhood. added to the enjoyment of the rolet first place In motor car sales! '

lroauce about $1,300.000 a year- and Mrs. H. M. McRae. living a life of loyalty and obedi- service. *( 0 ITIUM And the reason they are buying more Chevrolet ? :

l ould go to the now depleted I Miss Helen Norman and Eldon ence. She was a kind wife The subject of the Bible Study I too MM t nuo than any other make of car U that this new Chevrolet .- ,

''nerni revenue fund from which Sapp of Gum Branch were visitors mother, and neighbor and was was: "Sir. We Would See Jesus." gives them more of all the things they want In a '
'*te at H. M. McRae's Saturday.Mr. loved all who knew her.
departments by
institutions There is a great need
today motor car, at lower cost.
'Id' the courts draw their sup- / and Mrs. Alonzo Goodge of Funeral services were in chargeof for taking stock of the motives I

"rt.) Starke were visiting relatives and the Rev. H. E. Ridenour, Jr.. that impel Christians to work for J... :; Visit your nearest Chevrolet dealer.. today! See,
._.__ __ Lu__ L 0'0. _
"sam.-- the Governor asked that friends here sunuay. and interment was In the Windson Christ. It8! very easy for themto I ...or ----j U.'OD HIIU ouy me nauon lasreai! selling motor car

e State take about $600,000 a Mrs. F. Fender spent this weekend Cemetery under the direction of Intrude themselves Into the picture CNfYIOIU'I..IIOUI and the nation's biggest dollar-value ctsvci. .

ar now going to race track at Orlando with relatives. Key-McCabe Funeral Home. and put Christ In the back .*"I IN HMO III. _ _ ,

vnera from the odd-cent breake Miss Vesta McRae of Starke Active pall bearers were: An.'on ground. There Is a growing ten. ,

few pennies on each winning was visiting home folks here Sun- Minton C. A. Warren, Dave dency toward a self-centered pro- 72ii CHEVROLET

Imutuel ticket that do not day afternoon.Mr. Swindle Arthur Turner T. J. gram In much that Is being done.

-ure out to an even 10-cent and Mrs. Eston Brown of Perry and D. O. Durham. The exaltation of personalities and __ )4f The tWy Lsiv-Pd..d Cmr C..J0k,1 jRf%

nominator. Sampson City were visiting Mr. the putting forth of human accomplishment "AU THAT'S BEST AT LOWEST COST/ k _
The message emphasized again and Mrs. W. J. Goodge Saturday.Mr. C.UtO OF THANKSWe tends to minimizethe MIMCTIONTOUIIW llA.n -

'0 again that enough taxes now and Mrs. R. V. Alvarez wish! to thank our friends.I working of the Holy Spirit _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ ,,_ : '

e leve| j to run the State, If.. spent Sunday with their brother- and neighbors and everyone who All human effort Is of no avail

"Perly collected and admlnlster- in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. assisted, or otfered to assist us. without the power of the Spirit. :
A* in the Rising! the sicknem and death of All Chevrolets Are Shipped to Florida
one example, he cited the' Everett Norman I during Jesus said, "Apart from me ye -
, _
liege on Personal property I section.Mr. | our mother. can do nothing" John 13:5.:
lich he Mrs. B. M. McRae and W. A. Meads, J. S. :Meads Mrs.
said and
Sected by the has collecting been auth-sadly I children were visiting Mr. and |I J. E.: Dull and Mrs. J. H. Weas. A by congregation a man who bad was a once very served high- NOT DRIVEN So "They Come to You Genuinely NEW" ___ ,,

.lties.1' :' then he said: Mrs. J. D. Dobbs at Lake City re- > Mr. and :Mrs. J. L. Nimmo of education. His sermons were ,t

recommend that a law be centi)'. Falls Church Va., are the guestsof beautiful and his language faultiest _
sSed authorizing the Governor Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Boan Mr. Nluuno's aunts. Mrs. W. But they realized that there

.quen employ attorney to collect de- Sampson City were visiting Mr.their and P. flirt and Miss Ada Nimmo. was a lack* somewhere. When he TORODE CHEVROLET CO.oi oi .
and daughter. ,
: taxes on personal propty son-in-law Sunday. O. D. Jay and son. Elmer, have ascended the pulpit on Sunday _
that the salaries of such at"IIeys Mrs. O. J. Jackson been visiting recently in Savannah morning, he found a note on the
at Pin ,
be paid out of amount Remember the services ., STARKE FLA. (
the week-end. Georgia. desk with theM words, "Sir, wa .. ... _
collected. this
BO that the State of Level church _


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t j I ;Mrs. Elizabeth SullivanMrs. ,,tmiTilag" to f47.4(. iN THIS> mTiTP cocnr' INFOH .\ND ed by certificate Noa. 234 and 7021 I ....
Bradford County TelegraphEstablished ALSO: lllkn 25, 2*. I* T. & Co'n HHI>PT>HI) CUl'NTYNOTICK of 19T.2 and (1933 respectively And -..
I Elizabeth Sullivan died Sub-pit._<>L.NK''i; oKG: i : )." s. 'H.Z i 'la TO DEFENDANT years 1931: to 1039. both Inclusive. ,
1877 March 29 her home southeastof p The taxes to b.. sold are evidenced WILLIAM E. ANDERSON: > amounting to S37.81. YOUR SMfi
Starke. She was 83 years of by certificate Nos. 350 and 1147 a Plaintiff, ( ) ALSO: Half Blk. 4 Town of Law
at the time of her death. of 1931 and 1933 respectively. and vs ) tey W of Hy. Sec. 23 Tp. 6 S. R.
n'trnvt BER.LORrAPi age for the NORA PRITCHARD ) COME
I represent unpaid taxed 22 E.The. HAS INWITH !
Mrs. Sullivan was born In Clay yean 1930 to $0789.both Inclusive ANDERSON ) taxes to be Bold are. evidencedby
ASSOCIATION Defendant. )
t" County, but moved here 38 years ALSO: All BUfrBrU T. & Co's Sub- In The Name of The. Slate of certificate NOH. 235 and 703 6f
a ago with her husband the late R. Dlv of NEJK\ of NE'/i Sec. 28 Tp. 8 Fiends fireellnKi 1932 and unpaid 1933 respectively taxes for the and years represent NEW
t .r 3.ot.u1a1tJ:1. ?Lotiafe9 B. Sullivan. She was a memberof whose residence! and addressIs 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive amountIng -!
The taxes to be sold are evidenced to $27.92.ALSO 1
the Baptist Church. by certificate Non. 490 and 1137 unknown. : Dlag. Lot 9, Town of Law MO/VEYSAWMG
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Funeral services were held Fri- of 11131 and U33 respectively and You are hereby required to appearto try W of Ky S..". 23 Tp. 6 S. R.1
represent unpaid taxes. for the the bill of complaint filed herein 22 101.The.
,1 Matter at the Post Office at Starke, Florida day afternoon March 31, at 3:30: years 1930 to U3!!. both Inclusive., against you on or before Mondaythe taxes to be sold are evidenced I Tim VALUED
to .66.AI 8th day of May A. D. )939.
amounting $44 .
o'clock from the Rosewood Bap- >SO: Lots 2, e. 4, 6, 8, 7, 8, 9, It Is further ordered that this of by 1932 certificate and 1933! No.respectively.238 and and 708
E. L. Matthews______':_______________Editor l and Owner tist Church with the Rev. L. O. : 10 12, 13, 14 of Elk 34 Peeks Addition order be published In the Bradford represent unpaid taxes for the years
to Starke. In NW% of NWVi County Telegraph a new.pap.rIuhllahed
officiating. Inter- 1931 to 19.19 both Inclusive, amountIng
Hemmlngway -
i T N of 8th., St. Sac. 28 Tp. 8 8. n. In said County of Bradford to $20.84. 1t
SUBSCRIPTION RATE ment was in the Prevatt Ceme 22 I5The. once each welt for four consecutive t /
taxes to b. sold are evidenced weeks. ALSO: WV4 of NEW\ of NWV4 & 1 A
Yearly $1.50 Six Months 75c-Payable in Advance tery.Pall by certificate Nos. 251 and 1218 Witness my hand and official seal In NE Cor III'V 19 A of "SEV4\ of
NWVi\ Sec. 12 Tp. 6 S. R. 22 E., 21 Qf.
bearers were A. J. Thomas, of 1927 and 193.1 respectively and thin 6th., day of April A. D. 11139.Olo'FICIAL .
Advertising Rates on Application represent unpaid taxes for the ( SEAL,) A. J. Thomas Acres t
W. E. Thornton E. E. Lee Her-
years 1928 to 1939 both Inclusive, Clerk Circuit Court. The taxes to be sold are evidenced
man Garrett Mallory Thomas and amounting to $32.07 John J. Henderson K8Q., by certificate Nos. 332 336, and
AI..HO! : not I Davis. Bros. & Truby Solicitor for Plaintiff. 4.7 4t 5-5 300 of 1932 1932 and 1934 respectively -I,
i: ONE OF THE GOVERNOR'S BEST STATE DOCUMENTS Luther Grlffls.j Hub-Dlv. Sec. 8 Tp 7 8. K. 22 K. 10 : and represent unpaid taxea
Acre. for the 1931 to 1939, both Inclusive
j years
Sullivan la survived two
s Though few people quite naturally will agree with by The taxes to be sold are evidenced iN THE cmri'iT' roritr IN ANI amounting? to $:9.28.
sons. C. G. Sullivan, and J. by certificate No,. 404 and 1388 FOR Illt. l>POIII> ('oVN1'Y.
ALSO Lot 100 ft N & S 400
point it is generally conceded that the E'I of 191>> and 1933 and 'I.ltlU t : by
every legislative respectively
Mrs. ft
Sullivan; three daughters, NOTICE TO DEFENDANT E & W In NW Cor: of Lot 20,
for the
represent taxes
*i speech of Governor Cone in Mrs. A. J. unpaid JESSIK BOLVCHOZ ) Town of Lawtey 10 of Ry. In Seen. ,
-read his absence by Attorney W. Prevatt years 1930 to 193".Jboth Inclusive BROWN) 23, 24. 25, 28 Tp. 5 S. R. 22 K.
General Gibbs-was his most able and Mm. C. J. Clark; and G"lfflS'j amounting to $30.97. Plaintiff.. The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
state document since his Said tax certificates together v.MAYO )
by certificate No. 725of 1933,
ter, Mrs. G. B. Fouts with all subsequent omitted orlevied C. BROWN ) i
inauguration chief executive. He stood Defendant. and represent unpaid taxes for the
as uncompromisingly t.x.VIII be sold to the )
Myers. j I, J highest bidder at the Court house In The Name uf The elate. of years 1932 to 19311! both Inclusive
? s for economy no new taxes, and a $5 automobile license tag. dour In ftarka, on the 28th., day of Klnrliln Greetings amounting to $32.04. .
I ALSO Com. ft B of NE Cor
To MAYO BROWN, whose : 157V4 A ,
'April., 1)39!) at II'00 o'clock A. M. : C
Of the face of them Mrs. Classie Moody I Hated this the 8th., of residence. and address Is unknown. of Broadway & Iluyt St on N side
/ course, on some of his ideas were t \1 day AprilA. of Hoyt St & Hun E 105 ft, N 105ft.
D. 1939.OFFICIAL. You are hereby required to appear -
i Mrs. Claaste 23,
Hodges Moody
W 106 ft S 105 ft to beg, In
contradictory. While voicing the of "no new taxes" in I I ( SEAL, A. J. Thoman.Clerk to the bill of complaint filed .
cry one .
F I died at her home in Auburndale herein against before Starke Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. It. 22 1:
< of Circuit Court of Bradford you on or
(IP breath he soon went on to ask for the following: a new tax Saturday noon after a long siege I' County, I lorld... 4-14 3t 4.28N01'1 1931.Monday the 8th day of May A. D. The certificate. taxes to be Nos.void 468 are and evidencedby 1255 of

on distillate (used by some motor vehicles in place of gaso- of pneumonia. Funeral Services I {'''; It Is further ordered that thl"orlel' 1932 and 1933 respectively. and represent -
fly the power vested In them The he published, In the Bradford unpaid taxes for the yeara
were held at the New River Bap-
line) ; increased liquor taxes ; additional license taxes ; increased Hoard of Public Instruction of County Telegraph. a newspaper published 1931 to 1939 .both Inclusive' amountIng -
P tist Church 'Monday afternoon at i i i Bradford County hereby calls an In the said County of Bradford to $27.53.ALSO QQ Yyx
intangible taxes ; and increased racing taxes. It will 4 o'clock and interment followedin election In Graham Sub School District -, once each week for four consecutive of : Com. 262"y ft E of NE Cor /i
No. 11 and Starke. Sub School weeksWitness Broadway & Hoyt Sts & Run N
bq noted, however, that none of the proposed new taxes would the church cemetery. District No. ;* to hu held May 9, my hand and official 106 ft. .E; 52((4 ft, S 105 ft, W 52j ft
Pallbearers were: A. O. I 1939 In Riley Wasdln's packingtihed seal! thin 6th, day of April A. I). to Be 11'. In Starke: Sec.! 28 Tp tf S.
fall upon the "average" taxpayer-the man whom the Governor : and In the City flail In the town 19311. R. 22 J;;.
Andreu 10. W.: Hayes, A. J. Thomas of Starke. to determine whether or (OFFICIAL SEAL: ) A. J. Thomas, The taxes to be sold are evidenced -
seeks to protect. Nick Thomas, C. A. Knight, not district No. 11 shall consolidatewith Clerk Circuit Couit. by certificate Xus. 469 and 1256 '
Htaike District No. 3 to elect John J. Henderson ESQ., of 1932 and 1933 respectively, and 1r
t The Governor urged increased spending for cabinet salaries I and A. J. Grlffls Funeral arrangements I three trustees and determine thean"unt Solicitor for Plaintiff 4-7 4t 55tOTICH 1931 represent unpaid taxes for the years
to 1939 both inclusive amount-
were- In charge of De- of mlllaKe to be assessedanalnst
pensions re-allocation of to cities maintenance raid consolidated districtfor ing to $15.97.ALSO .
tF revenue Witt C. Jones. the ensuing two years. Themanagers OF 511.11 OF. TAXfKHTIFM'ATKM : One Lot of Land In Starke ?
of highways through municipalities, and state police Mrs. Moody is survived by her for said. election will be: 114ft.N &S by 210 ft E& W.bounded .
OUAHAM! Xotlce Is hereby given that Anna E by Hanrl<*rson Lane & Shy
4 patrol. In the face of this increase in expenditures, his pro- husband, Arthur Moody; by two 0 .T. A. J. !McKinney M.written!r.lHlichui-'l him filed with me Jloyt St.: Sec. 28 Tp. 6 S. 11. 22
request that tax rerllflcateslugelher K. '
small children Jr. and Frank Abi-rnalhy v All
posal for a $5 automobile tax seems hardly practical since it Arthur H. 1>. WarnIn wllh all nnbsequen omit. The taxes to be sold are evidenced ,
Bernice; by her mother, Mrs. John SurrencySTARKK ted or levied taxes held by the Slate l hy certificate Nos. 373 and 1258 PQ>?
would cost' the State around $3,000,000 in revenue annually. Minday Hodges of Starke; and by' : be advertised and sold to the highest 1 of 1931 and 1933 respectively and l1LAe .
T. T>. Green bidder for rush as provided by represent unpaid taxes for the '
t The fact remains that receipts must be increased or, five sisters, Mrs. Alphie Parrish C, J. PowellS Chapter 18298 of the 1937 acts of years 1930 to lll.in both .Inclusive, SIZES
the Legislature' upon the following amounting. to $7L71.Said .
and Mrs. Iva Sparks
r" major functions of the state government severely curtailed' McKinney Starke r." A. Scott described real estate In the Countyof tax certificates together with
Mrs. Minnie Atkinson of Brooker 4.14 4t 6-6 Bradford Stale of Florida to- all subsequent omitted or levied
or abandoned. But in spite of its few obvious contradictions, Mrs. Rosa Carter of Lawtey, and wit: taxes will be sold to the highest.
/ N01'1C"F OF APPPI..C.\T.O SE'/i' of NE 4 Ex. 3 acres In SW bidder at the court house dour In ALL
we still think that Governor Cone made a constructive speech. I Mrs. Elva Norwood, of Auburn- POI TAX DEED Cur for Church" Heir. 22 Tp. 8 H. R. Starke. on the 21st., day of April,
(Senate Bill No. 1<1.1) 20 1:., containing 31 Acres. 1939 at 11:00: o'clock A. M.Dated "FIRSTS"
o dale.Mrs. NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN. The taxes to lit sold are evidenced this the 1st., day of April
:i Moody was born and lived That Katie Bell Wimberley holder by certificate Nos. 8 and 76 of A. I>. 19.19.OFFICIAL.
_ ATTEND TilE OPENING OF GOLD HEAD BRANCH near Starke until her marriage of portion of Tax Certificate No. 1927 and 1933 respectively and represent ( SEAL) A. J. Thomas,
234. Issued the 6th, day of August unpaid taxes for the year Clerk of Circuit Court of Bradford
in eight years ago. At that time she A. t). 1929 has filed same In my, 1924 to 1939.! both inclusiveamount-, County Florida, 4-7 31 4-21
Everyone Bradford County who can possibly do so and her husband moved to Auburn- office and hall made application fur Ing to $90.13. .
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should turn out for the celebration marking the opening of dale where they resided until her a tax Said deed certificate to be issued thereon. ALSO: All Elk 17, Town of Lawley .
the fol
W of Hy Sec. 23 Tp. 6 S. It. 22
death. lowing d..rlb.'p'o.prty 1 In the FOR.ALI FORMS OF .t
Gold Head Branch State Park near here tomorrow This County of Bradford State of Flor- E. I I .
The taxes to be sole are evidenced
ida to-wit
"woodland retreat, featuring unspoiled native beauty and NlYrl1IF H\I.H OF. T.\X SW4+! of :SWVi\i Section 2 Township I by certificate Nos. 228 and 894 of

'1 offering excellent facilities for picnicking, fishing and swim- Is CKKTIKICATKMNotice hereby given" that I. S. or less.8 S. R. 22 E.. 40 Acres more I 19.12: and unpaid 1938 respectively taxes for the and year represent INSURANCEPLEASE I
Fowler has filed with me written 1931 to
1939 both Inclusive amount-
ming, will be a great added attraction for this section of the request that the tax t tII1'ttI It..d The under assessment the said!! of certificate the said property Issued Ing to $229.83.ALSO .

state and'we should show our appreciation for this beauty gether or levied with taxes all subsequent held by the State Unless was In said the name certificate. of O. Iv.shall Peek.berpde..m"d LawteyE:W NH!of of Ry Elk 101..,..21 2.1, Town Tp. 6 of H. I PHONE 146 i iI ,J .. ,
be advertised and sold .
to the highest /
spot that has been placed almost in our back yard by the bidder for cash as. provided by property described according therein to law will the be The taxes to be sold are evidenced ''

State Forest and Park Service. Chapter the Legislature 182V6 of the the 1037 acts of sold to the highest bidder at the by certificate No. 897 of 1933 I HAROLD WALL
upon following court house door and represent unpaid taxes for P
described on the first Mon the I
real the
estate In
Visitors will be given a royal welcome at the park to- of wit:Bradford State of Florida County to- day which In I I.the the month 1st., lily of of May May, ItrtO 1939., amounting years 1932 to to 14220.mil. both Inclusive II Agency ,I ,

morrow, with a free barbecue, swimming contests, band con- 20 HlOVi I;.. 40 of Acres.NWli Sec. 24 Tp. 7 S. R. (OFFICIAL.Dated this SEAM 8th., day of A.April.J. Thomas 1939., loawl..y ALSO:W Half of Ry of Elk Sec. 3 23 Town Tp. 6 of S. Agcy. Est Over 50 Years :

certs, and other entertainment, and nothing has been sparedto The taxes. to be sold are evidenced Clerk County of, FlorUja.igy 4-7 4t 4-28 The 10."
bY. certificate NOM. 10.1 and 24R taxes sold are evidenc

make the day a memorable one. We trust that the peopleof of 1930. and unpaid 1933 taxes respectively for the. yearn andrepresent I ---- __,_. __ ___,_....J _._-_. ,- ._ -_-_= r

this county will take the great pride in the new park thatit 102!) to 1939, both Inclusive. amounting J
In $111.30.ALHO
so richly deserves. The more we boost it, the more benefitwe : 1 KVi( of Lot 43 & WV4 of 62' 1 1

will derive from tourists and other visitors who come to ''No.Woodlnwn to Act.',,". Sec 15 Tp. 5 8. K. 221 I FREE DELIVERY

The tuxes to be .sold are evidenced I R.
enjoy its beauty l.y certificate. No. 137 and 613'' s. Johns THE BEST TIRE EVE
,, I of 11127 and 1933 respectively, andrepresent i
0-- unpaid taxes for I the j' PHONE
I years 1926 to 1919. both Inclusive,
ALSO: l.nt 51 and H'/i'\ of 41 & RiJ I
While some people sit around and complain about the of Lot 82 Woodlawn Sec tS Tp.
6 R 22 ,
It. K. 20 Acres.
misfortunes which they undergo, and the disadvantagesunder The taxes' to be sold are evidenced 45NEAR THESE LOW PRICE
by oertlflcate Nos. 272: and B13 I & Sons
which they labor others, like Edgar Welch of Webb of IH30 and 1933* respectively and
represent unpaid taxes for the
Mills, Maine, go ahead and "do something about it." years 1929 to 1939 both Inclusive,
amounting to $144.47. THE S A. L. DEPOT $ 70
Today more than a million cubic feet of broken rock lie ALSO: All SWi\ of 8WV R' of Hv., $648 $179
34 Acres &..0. 10 Tp. 6 8. K. 22 E., CASH PRICES ONLYFLOUR
on the side of RattlesnakeMountain, near Welch's home, as 34 Acres ".4!!_ 21 4.72-19 I.2S-1I
The to be
taxes sold are evidenced 4.50-21 (.00 -It S.SO-11
u monument to his efforts to lengthen the working by certificate Nos. 272 and
311 of 1931 and 1935 respectively,
daylight hours on his farm. He believed that the towering I and represent unpaid taxes, for the GUARANTEED $855 $932 $flll
years 1030 to 1939. both Inclusive,
summit cut short the sunlight hours, so he quarried a mil- amounting to $53.34.\ SSe
.AI. O: WH of loIoJlI, & WV. of S.2S-17 4.2J-1I
lion cubic feet off the top--literally trying to tear the moun- SKiSKVt 10., 100 Acres.. Sec 20 Tp 1S.\ It. 22 24 LBS. (.50 17 600-1i .90-11

tain down so the sun could shine over it earlier in the morn- The taxes to be .old are evidenced IN** prices tcldlt year tH 1//' '
by certificate No. 358 of 1932
ing. and represent unpaid taxes for the
years Iftgl to 1939 both Inclusive, 10 Lbs. 5 Lba.GRITS

Perhaps the greatest trouble with the world today is I amount ALSO InM': SHW to $11452.of NKVi Sec 10 Tp. 7 20c 23c Be smart Be thrift!

that so many of us would be more than glad to let the mountain H.The R. 22 taxes K.. 40 to Acres.be sold are evidenced SUGAR Snap up this all-time high

k- ,serve as an excuse for starting work an hour later in I by certificate No. 528 of 1932 in LOW-COST VALUE! A
and represent unpaid taxes for
the morning. We would 'be quite content to sit around and years 1931 to 1939 both Inclusive 10 Lba.MEAL Quart strong, tough, "fine'ar"tirebuilt

enjoy our "hard luck," and it would never occur to us to I amounting ALSO: SW to 4$3ft.flA of 8WV of REV Ex. 17c; SALAD DRESSING 22c for long-run
K 1A&N IA .
of .J\\% of NE'/i' of center-traction
"tear the mountain down" in order to benefit by more time SWH of SWU\ Sec. 12 Tp 6 M. It. mileage,

in which to work. If the idea did occur we would quickly 22 The)oJ., taxes 10 Acre to be sold are evidenced Our Special Country RollBUTTER safety, special ecriiceatieating.
by certificate No. 887 of 1932, Andgunrnnle,4agalnd
15c .
dismiss it as being impracticable.Too and represent unpaid taxes, for the COFFEE 'Lb. 27c
years 1931 to 19.19. both Inclusive Lb. defect willo/'
of us today are content to "put up" with amounting to $31.:181.1010 : .
many our .\ : KU of Fllk 30 As extended lime or mileage limit!

mountains rather than try to bring them down to our own on Town Knsey of Starke.May Ex.NRV4'H 10ft of ft SWl Original* Sec I 5 Lbs. 4 Lbs.

level. 28 Tp. 6 S. It. 22 KThe 17c 15e TOM!
taxes to be sold are evidenced -' BANANAS .
by certificate! Nos. 417 and 370'
o I of 1933 and 1934 respectively, and i -
represent unpaid taxes for the COMPLETE DON'T RISK rot;* IIFtON
WHAT ORGANIZATION CAN MEAN TO FARMERS years 1931 to 1939. both Inclusive Tall LINE STRAW-
amounting to $54.St.
Farmers who are dissatisfied with prices received fort ALSO: SVi of NKV of NEW See MILK ,jBERRY CUPS & OLD, WORN TIIEStSPECIAL'
25 Tp. "S. R. 21 K., 10 Acres. CRATES
their produce and yet do not seem to know quite what to Tim taxes to be sold are evidenced |

do about the situation might take a lesson from a recent of 1930 hv certificate and 1933 Nos.respectively. .1011 and and 274 I. 2 Lbs. Strip Breakfast !

editorial in the Dairymen's League News, published in New' years represent. 11129! unpaid to "1 39.taxes both. Inclusive for the, I OLEO 25c BACON 20 C +' SPEEDWAY

York State. This paper stated: "It isn't the 'living price' for ,: 1 BATTERIES

milk that farmers have been enjoying these past few months! yf: tI SMALL Wo. 2 I 'I ATASAVlM

that matters so much. It is the fact that they have found I ISc 6 r
1 HENS TOMATOES Geed./lily batter

there is 'living price' for milk a fact which many of them i C I W.V.for InNe G.ere.t.ed sari-the 12 Geedys.r sn..ttn.r, Sped I Idel.

could never believe. 'They had to be shown, and they were i 3 Staley's 10 LBS SWEET .


The "living price" of which the News speaks Ivan: gain- C

ed primarily by marketing cooperation, under a group of I 2 LBS 2 LBS. I

moderate laws which encourage but do not subsidize the ?o

movement. It was! dont by the cohesive! efforts of thous-I I APPLE JELLY _","d C PEANUT BUTTER* 20e I lil l t,

I ands of individual producers, working loyally together in ,
their cooperative organization. It was done by the use of 'I The finish for FEEDS LOW COST... / GN M

honest business methods and tenacious adherence to prin- right every surfaceSHERWJNWILLLAMS I

ciples. The result? A great increase in farm cash income in ,: F CLEAN C S F San .t tl. Slgn f 40. Wadys+d 0'I '
1 35 / I I

What "has been done by the dairy farmers of New York I Also E Register Motor CO.

can de done b> the growers of any other marketable produce. I I E I

And until such time as it IS done farmers will be at the I Signs and Sho-Cards GOOD PEANUT E ROAD SERVICE

mercy of those who find it advantageous to buy just as'' R. C.Buford, Paint I D SCRATCH 1 80 MEAL 1 551 I Telephone 103

cheaply as possible I Ii Store I I D



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